I found this book tag on Lost in Neverland, and it looked fun, so I decided to give it a try! Rules Mention the creator (the lovely one’s peculiar) Answer the questions Tag as many people as you like Have fun The Lost Princess — A book/series you lost interest in halfway through The Wicked Years … Continue reading The Fantasy Tropes Book Tag
Writers are magical
Even in a room full of editors, I was an incognito writer. It's easy to tell a writer from anything else. We think a bit...differently. Our minds stretch in directions that no one else can see. We see the way the world works, turn it a bit, and then write that down. We see a … Continue reading Writers are magical
Dear Readers, Don’t think the fantasy world in my manuscript is anything like Earth. I wrote the novel to escape Earth, not to be trapped by its walls. So, it may seem a bit more anachronistic than most. Let my stories be filled with overpowered bombs, no electricity, and advanced magic. Just because we developed … Continue reading Dear Readers
Are we human?
Writers are strange people. Perhaps we're not even people at all. Few people can create an entire world from nothing. Something as small as sixty-five words can turn into a 70,000-word novel without trying. But are we human if we're gods of our own worlds? We are sometimes quiet, sitting off to the side. Some of … Continue reading Are we human?
Joy of writing
A deadline stares at you. Or the goal you set for yourself is already years behind you. Another rejection letter sits in your trashcan. Or another critic couldn't make it through your story without ripping it to shreds. Either way, sometimes it's difficult to remember the joys of writing. Creating something on a page is … Continue reading Joy of writing