Read all parts HERE Sorenti rounded the corner and immediately collided with a pock-marked guard. “Oi, how’d you get out?” His bony hand grasped a fistful of her hair and yanked her to her knees. His gravelly voice made her skin crawl as he leered at her with hungry eyes, and he dragged a knuckle down … Continue reading Fire & Ice: Vol. #1 The Blooding (Pt #2)
Hey, hey, hey! How are we all on this fine day? Good? Well it's about to get better, because the stunningly beautiful cover for The Navigator has been revealed! Don't know what the Tales of the Wendy is? Firstly, shame on you! Secondly, go check it out! So *dramatic drum-roll* check out this stunner! Just … Continue reading Cover Reveal – The Navigator (Book #2 The Tales of the Wendy) By Erin Michelle Sky & Steven Brown #CoverReveal #Fantasy #YoungAdult @DRAGONAUTHORS
So, I was browsing through writing prompts on a new phone app when this happened... Prompt - "The man tried to blend into the darkness, but she could see him." The man tried to blend into the darkness, but she could see him. The bright gold of his hair illuminated in the moonlight as he … Continue reading The Man In The Dark #writingprompt #amwriting #justforfun
How far is too far, until a character becomes completely irredeemable? I was struck by this thought as I was watching one of my favorite TV series this week and a once favored character of mine took yet another step closer to becoming too far gone to be redeemed. At this point I don't see … Continue reading How far is too far? When does a character become irredeemable? #MondayBlogs
Dear past, present and future characters, I am sorry. Sorry for giving you unadulterated happiness then cruelly ripping it from your grasp. Sorry for giving you painful and tragical back stories, and making you work hard for your happiness. Sorry for giving you a perfect idyllic life, then striking you down with tragedy. Sorry for … Continue reading Dear Fictional Characters.
So you many have noticed I have been a bit absent with the whole blogging thing. I'd say I was sorry and promise not to disappear again, but let's face it, I cannot make such a promise because stuff happens. Life etc. So on and so forth. So here is me, making absolutely no promises … Continue reading What’s New With Me? What’s New With You?
So I'm finally doing it. The Last Dragon Rider is coming to audio! SO EXCITING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! My awesome publisher, The Wild Rose Press, has offered this as a service for quite some time now, but you know, can't rush these things and all, considerations and all that. (Or I kept procrastinating...) But I'm doing it now … Continue reading Coming To Audio! The Last Dragon Rider
This article was originally published by Assaph Mehr on his blog. It’s as poignant today as when Vonnegut first formed them, and is one of the best pieces of advice to writers everywhere. Kurt Vonnegut’s Eight Rules of Writing I recently came across Kurt Vonnegut’s eight rules for writing a short story. I thought they … Continue reading Assaph Mehr: Kurt Vonnegut’s Eight Rules of Writing #guestpost #amwriting
An Interstate Ghost Story: The Girl on the Highway is more than just a fictional Southern folktale. It is a story of redemption, love, and — most importantly — justice. The central thread holding it all together is the inclusion of solid and easily-identifiable characters. This article will give you the perfect introduction to some of these … Continue reading An Interstate Ghost Story: The Girl on the Highway: By Phil Sanderson – Meet The Characters #GuestPost #paranormal #horror
Ready, Set, Listen Up! With spring coming in fits and starts, you know it's really going to be here...soon...right? I get REALLY bored when I walk my dogs, so I always have my earbuds in and a book playing when I'm hoofing it. The time flies and so do my feet! So why not be … Continue reading Read, Set, Listen Up! By Sharon Buchbinder @sbuchbinder #ParanormalRomance #romance #AudioBooks #GuestPost