So, as a part of a book blog tour, someone made me a book teaser trailer. I’m not sure how I feel about it.
I think characters are the most important elements of a story, and crafting believable development can be tricky.
Everyone! Celebrate with me – my fantasy novel, KNIGHTMARE ARCANIST, hits shelves today!!! 😀
As a thank you for visiting my tiny corner of the internet, I reached out to a professional voice actor (George Kastrinos) and asked him to narrate my short story. He agreed, and his narration is out-of-this-world fantastic.
No “industry” is without its faults, but some seem more egregious than others.
George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four (often written as 1984) was published 70 years ago today. And while it was seen a dystopian future world back then, it surprisingly resembles modern times more than ever.
You probably already know this, but writing a novel requires more than simply putting words to paper. You need characters, tone, plot, good pacing, and excellent writing.
Have you ever wondered how many words your books are? Or perhaps you’re an aspiring writer, and you want to know how long a book should be in your genre? Either way, I have some answers and insight!
In case you’re unaware, The Witcher is a series of video games based on a series of novels that tell the tale of Geralt, a witcher, who makes his living hunting monsters in a fantasy land loosely based on Poland, but with elves.
Since 2010, Disney has been on an epic quest to remake a lot of their animated movies into live-action. I assume they’re doing this for 3 reasons.