Today I’ll talk about what happens once you finish a manuscript.
The Seattle Book Review has given my flintlock fantasy, DREAD PIRATE ARCANIST, a 5/5 score! I’m super thrilled, and stoked, and I just can’t stop smiling, you guys! 😀
Wow, fun times, everyone! My flintlock fantasy novel, KNIGHTMARE ARCANIST, is the solo winner in the fantasy category for the New Apple Award! 😀
Let me clarify: we’re not talking about “good” or “moral” characters—we’re talking about characters that readers will enjoy seeing on the page. Sometimes that means the character is good and virtuous, but other times a character can fell into the category of “likeable douchebag.”
I won the BRAG award for my fantasy novel, KNIGHTMARE ARCANIST! Plus, the sequel is now up on Amazon!
I’m super excited to say that the cover for Knightmare Arcanist #2 (titled DREAD PIRATE ARCANIST) is now finished! We’re getting closer to release and I can’t wait to get it out there. Because I loved the cover so much, I figured I would share it with everyone!
First off, this isn’t a guide or tutorial for writing sex scenes. Just like sex in real life, there are different strokes for different folks (I’m so sorry for that joke).
I think characters are the most important elements of a story, and crafting believable development can be tricky.
No “industry” is without its faults, but some seem more egregious than others.
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!