And here’s why.
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.