. Part One Gairynzvl did not need to be empathic to understand the man facing him was dangerous and he did not need to delve telepathically to know that one wrong word or movement on his part and he could be facing oblivion. It was not a prospect he fancied, so when his lavender-ice stare... Continue Reading →
. Welcome to the debut of Character Interactions! In this first installment, you will find a unique interaction between Richard M. Anker's lead character, the Eternal Lord, Jean and the lead character of my own Dark Fey Trilogy, Prevailed Fey of the Light, Gairynzvl. Richard's contributions are highlighted for you in italics to set his writing apart... Continue Reading →
. Character spotlights are a marvelous innovation, at least in my book(nvolume). What better way, after all, to discover the nuances and little-known secrets our favourite characters conceal? Perhaps it’s because I tend to connect deeply with characters that I find learning more about them diverting, but when I first heard about shining the limelight... Continue Reading →
. THIS IS A REPOST OF SUE ASHBY'S MARVELOUS BLOGPOST/WRITING EXERCISE. I found it so intriguing and inspiring that I did the exercise myself, picking a quiet place to sit and listen, see, smell, taste and touch. (of course, it should come as no surprise that it was nearly midnight, but those of you who... Continue Reading →
All our lives we've seen the giants. We've watched their movies, read their books, and craved their success.They are the "Golden Standard" we set our sights on, but should we?
. #Dystopian #Fantasy #BookoftheYear #Winner 3 Times over The Mercy Series is #GOT meets #LesMiserables and #Gunslinger How much will an Archangel sacrifice to find one person? FREE http://mybook.to/misericorde
Because I've been working hard developing the story of my WIP The Mercy Series, I thought I would share the preface of book three...which prefaces the entire series, really. I hope you'll find it intriguing!
Writers find inspiration for things to write about from many different sources. Taking that idea and developing a story is one challenge.
. Shadows slithered along the deserted alleyway like writhing serpents. I stepped carefully, watching the darkened corners with the penetrating gaze of a terrified animal. Somewhere in the midst of the gloom, the one I sought had hidden himself and coming upon him unawares was perilous in the extreme. Dark tides of time washed across... Continue Reading →