Sometimes you’re in the mood for a certain book but may not know it until you find it. That’s what Wicked Saints was for me.
Beyond the Code by Kelsey Rae Barthel is an intriguing urban fantasy–a modern world where gifted, magical knights serve their masters with unwavering loyalty. It’s a story filled with rich world-building, political intrigue, and lost.
This was supposed to go out Tuesday, but it’s been one hell of a week… Strong, well rounded characters are what great stories are made of. Here is a character sheet to help you develop yours…
This week’s Cover Inspiration post concerns fantasy and YA fantasy book covers (mostly YA, because honestly their covers are FIRE right now). Now, each comment pertaining to a cover is merely my perspective about what makes it a strong design.
YA authors, have you ever wondered what goes on in the mind of a Young Adult (YA) reader? I reached out to eight readers and asked them ten questions about the genre and what it means to them.
A modern day author–without a marketing team or a publicist–eventually comes to the hard realization that, to be “successful”, they have to be working three jobs (on top of their actual day job–the one that pays for foodstuff to keep the meatsuit moving). No, you have to market one book, while editing another, and writing another. It sounds and is exhausting.
I’ve mentioned a million times that I’m a very goal-oriented person. I’ve got to have a target, and if I can’t find one I usually make it. While I am a goal oriented person, I’m also someone that needs to
Kly Zoon had spent countless hours in the pit, digging for ancient earth artifacts. He’d done this in hundreds of thousands of holes on the dead planet–battling sandstorms, tornadoes, and the only thing really left alive: Scrapeaters. No, that isn’t
I’ve said this before, I’m not very good at keeping a blog or at least posting consistently. So, I found myself googling “blog post ideas” and I came across a REALLY long list of ideas. I skimmed them. Some were
I was a relatively healthy child. Aside from the severe infection I had as a child, I was never really sick. I mostly dealt with the occasional injury–like a sprained ankle or welding-flash induced blindness. You know, the perfectly normal,