Greetings! Yesterday, I...
Proto-Ndangi? Yep, you heard right! I've made more conlanging decisions!
Month of Simplification Rules Update
I'm not supposed to change the rules. But here's the thing: a) I'm not succeeding, and b) I am on winter break (keyword: break).
So here's what I'm changing: I'll no longer have requirements for a specific amount of writing that I have to do everyday. This is mainly because of the fact that I'm doing a lot for my writing that isn't actually writing words or outlining chapters, and it is seriously helping me out, but I don't feel like it is because I don't get to say I got my writing done.
Here's the new rule: Every day I must contribute meaningfully to the progression of my work.
Sound good? No, it doesn't, since it doesn't make noise. Unless you read it aloud, of course. But that's beside the point.
More Conlanging Decisions
I've come back with the decision to do even more work than I said I would the other day before going back on that! And you know why? I've found an amazing YouTube series on making a conlang (the best one out there -- that I know of, anyways), which assumes you know nothing of conlanging beforehand. So that's what I'm doing. Making my languages as if I knew nothing beforehand, and doing things such as making a protolang for all of my conlangs!
These are the languages I'm to make: Proto-Ndangi, Ndangi, Proto-Onoshoan, Onoshoan, Proto-Jorunian, Akarnian, Etaran, and Jikoddan.
Thanks for reading! I'll see you tomorrow.