Tessa explores the ins and outs of writing about your own hometown if it isn’t widely known. Especially if supernatural beings live there as well.
Pantomime by Laura Lam is the first book in the Micah Grey series. Meet Micah as he struggles with his sexuality, his identity and tries to fit into the circus life he desires. 4,5 stars.
‘Small Towns’ are the perfect setting for a story and many writers create their own town for their mysteries, romances and adventures. This week Tessa explains why she likes stories set in small towns so much, no matter what the genre is.
In the first “‘Ello Beastie”, Raven talks about the monster he designed for his Chronicles of Tyria story, “City of the Chimera”.
Characters should be characters. Seems self-evident? Well, today Raven talks about how he goes about building his characters from the ground up.
He also makes an utterly true point about popcorn, and you popcorn fans know it.
[aesop_chapter title=”~” bgtype=”color” full=”off” bgcolor=”#006489″ minheight=”10″ revealfx=”off”] The Shadow of Black Wings is the first book in the series ‘The Year of the Dragon’, written by James Calbraith. It’s a young adult fantasy book, complete with dragon rides, magic, and demons. This series is an alternate history story set in Prydain, an alternate version of
One of the things that bothers me the most when it comes to stories – in whatever medium they come- is when things don’t make sense, when the rules of the story’s universe aren’t consistent. Today I spend a little bit of time talking about that.