Jill Williamson | Where Adventure Comes to Life

Jill Williamson | Where Adventure Comes to Life

Maps and Floor Plans from My Books

Jill Williamson on October 11, 2012

King’s Folly (The Kinsman Chronicles)

And here is an earlier version of the map. If you’d like to read the evolution of the map for this series, I wrote a blog post on the subject for Go Teen Writers which you can read here.

 

 


Captives (The Safe Lands Trilogy)

 


By Darkness Hid (The Blood of Kings Trilogy)

Er'Rets Map from By Darkness Hid

Scroll map from the Blood of Kings trilogy.

 

Sitna Manor from the Blood of Kings trilogy.

 

Shields from the Blood of Kings trilogy.


To Darkness Fled (The Blood of Kings Trilogy)

 


From Darkness Won (The Blood of Kings Trilogy)

 

 


The New Recruit (The Mission League series)

 


Replication: The Jason Experiment

 

 


 

Onyx Eyes (The Colors of Belfaylinn)

Belfaylinn Map

 

7 responses to “Maps and Floor Plans from My Books”

  1. […] If you’re interested in learning more about making a map for your book, check out this post by Jeff Gerke: http://bit.ly/1oIuXX2. For those who are not artistic, Jeff also recommends http://www.profantasy.com for creating maps. And if you want to look at some of the maps and floor plans I’ve made, here is a link to them on my website: http://www.jillwilliamson.com/maps. […]

  2. […] If you’re interested in learning more about making a map for your book, check out this post by Jeff Gerke: http://bit.ly/1oIuXX2. For those who are not artistic, Jeff also recommends http://www.profantasy.com for creating maps. And if you want to look at some of the maps and floor plans I’ve made, here is a link to them on my website: http://www.jillwilliamson.com/maps. […]

  3. […] If you’re interested in learning more about making a map for your book, check out this post by Jeff Gerke: http://bit.ly/1oIuXX2. For those who are not artistic, Jeff also recommends http://www.profantasy.com for creating maps. And if you want to look at some of the maps and floor plans I’ve made, here is a link to them on my website: http://www.jillwilliamson.com/maps. […]

  4. […] 3. Map the Major Scenes. Sometimes you can’t write the scene because you can’t visualize the setting. Try this exercise from Angela Ackerman and Becca Puglisi. Check out these writing maps or make one of your own for first drafts. If you’re further into your story, you might be inspired by these beautiful fictional maps. […]

  5. […] If you’re interested in learning more about making a map for your book, check out this post by Jeff Gerke: http://bit.ly/1oIuXX2. For those who are not artistic, Jeff also recommends http://www.profantasy.com for creating maps. And if you want to look at some of the maps and floor plans I’ve made, here is a link to them on my website: http://www.jillwilliamson.com/maps. […]

  6. […] Jill Williamson is a great example of an author who is doing this right. She has a blog post with all the maps from her book, including city maps and even a few floor plans. Many authors make maps for their own use while writing, so why not share them on the website?  […]

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