In case you hadn’t guessed, I’m a nerd.
That I’m a writing geek cannot be news to anyone—I love to pull apart the processes of writing to see how they work and put them together in new and more useful ways.
But I’m also a video gamer (Fallout, Destiny, Terraria, and many more).
And Minecraft is my all-time favorite ever. I’m not the biggest Minecraft geek, but I’m right up there.
Because I wanted to see what was there. Because I find it a useful way to ask myself questions. Because it drives me nuts to have places shift around in books so that sometimes they’re right next door and sometimes they’re five miles away, and if I can walk around inside my places, I know I have them right.
Because it’s fun. That last one most of all. Because it is a blast to create a building, ask why is that there, and then discover some truly wicked story twist that would never have happened had I not built the building, added the room, and then poked a little hole in the floor…
Do you play Minecraft?
Want to walk around inside my worlds. You’ll find lots of questions, some of them on rows of signs because you’ve tripped over a place where I’m figuring out a story.
You won’t find answers. I save those for the stories themselves.
But if you’d like to tromp around inside my worlds, you can download them below. Free, of course. They work on any PC/Mac that will run Minecraft.
IMPORTANT: I do not answer questions about Minecraft or the maps, or, provide support for Minecraft or the maps. They’ll run on the most recent update, but because I keep my version current and because I love to use new Minecraft features, they may not be backward compatible if you don’t.
MAP UPDATE VERSIONS 2018-01-20
Cadence Drake / Bailey’s Irish Space Station:
City of Furies:
NEW! Weyrd’s Place: