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
3 tips on writing characters
I attended a webinar the other day about tips for writing characters. I thought I'd share the main tips they talked about. Show the adjectives Instead of saying "Josalyn is caring," show how she's caring. Does she take care of a child? Is she always there for others? Does she risk herself to save her … Continue reading 3 tips on writing characters
Fantasy Book Tag
Since my birthday was last weekend, I decided to do a fun book tag of my favorite genres: fantasy. I found this book tag over at Zezee with Books. WHAT IS THE LONGEST FANTASY SERIES THAT YOU HAVE EVER READ? I thought it was going to be Cassandra Clare, but technically those books are split … Continue reading Fantasy Book Tag
Book review – Fate of Flames (Spoiler Free)
“Belle let her body sink into the settee, twisting so she could peer over the edge of the railing and into the field. What did she see when she cast her gaze over the thicket of trees silhouetted in the night? What was she looking for with those eyes that had suddenly lost what little … Continue reading Book review – Fate of Flames (Spoiler Free)
Different type of heroes
The older I get, the more I enjoy stories without that fairy tale ending. Instead, they're more realistic. The hero becomes damaged by what they had to do. There's no simple life anymore. Everything has changed. Even if the overall is better, there's no perfect way to save everything. We ask this question all the time … Continue reading Different type of heroes
Which side of the story?
Stories get pieced together strangely. I can tell you a story about a hero. She saved many children by keeping them away from harm. She may have used violence to stop her enemies, but the children were safe at the end of the day. She gave the most she could and never asked for a … Continue reading Which side of the story?