Every good fantasy world needs monsters. Orcs, demons, liches – the list goes on and on. Sometimes our monsters drop our work into the “dark fantasy” category, and other times it slides all the way into “horror.” Continue reading
Cover creation has been one of those parts of indie authorship that has become a huge learning process for me. I knew from the start that I wanted to make my own, so that this project of mine would be exactly that – mine. I have a love-hate relationship with my first couple of covers, and will probably go back and update them sometime soon.
This is by far my favorite so far. I hope it prints well.
Book three has been sent off to the beta readers! Check out a review for book 1 from Cate’s Book Nut Hut. I’ll admit I was pretty nervous waiting for this review! 🙂
Born to a people reduced to legend and superstition, Ankenar was ready to live out his life as the overlooked middle child, but when his family and race are threatened he must reach out to a world that has forgotten him.
At only 90 pages long, this short sets the groundwork for some extremely believable characters that will have you fully connecting to them by the time those dreaded words above appear on the page. This was the perfect start to a series; not too long that the reader would wonder whether they would be able to carry on the journey with the characters, but also not too…
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The end of the waiting, I mean. This series has at least two more installments in the works. Continue reading
When I was five years old I wrote my first story. It was about the chicken pox I had at the time. My body didn’t react well to the disease, but my mind grew bored and so I started writing. My dad is a writer, so I suppose at the time I was only following by example.