Today I’ll talk about what happens once you finish a manuscript.
Wow, fun times, everyone! My flintlock fantasy novel, KNIGHTMARE ARCANIST, is the solo winner in the fantasy category for the New Apple Award! 😀
I’ve complied a few tips and tricks to help fellow writers incorporate tension into their stories. In an ideal world, tension would flow from every corner of the narrative—everything from character interactions to the main plot. Tension is what keeps a reader invested, so obviously we’ve got to have it!
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!
This story won a Silver Honorable Mention over at the Writers of the Future short story contest, and now I want to share it with all of you as a way of saying thanks for checking out my tiny corner of the internet!
I know I probably shouldn’t get this excited over little things in my career, but I just can’t help it.
I love good dialogue! Comic books, movies, books—engaging conversation is one of the best ways to get to know the characters. Which is why, as a writer, I strive to avoid stale dialogue as much as possible.
Hey peeps! For the last couple months I’ve been juggling a lot of aspects of being an author (marketing, writing, editing, audiobooks, etc.) but I really want to focus on getting new stories out.
After discussing the importance of character development, it’s logical to follow up the conversation with the significance of character strengths and flaws.