When I first started the spellster series, I was pretty adamant that each couple’s story would be confined to one book, with maybe the odd novella appearing here and there to expand on things. But the events that will transpire (or rather, unknowingly have transpired, depending on how you look at the timeline) made it… Continue reading Just Stop It!
So, I’ve mentioned Extinguishing the Sun a few times without actually getting into what this newer addition to the spellster series lineup actually is. It’s been brewing in the back of my head for a while now, ever since a snippet I’d written for To Target the Heart introduced me to His Ethereal Highness, Rami the… Continue reading The latest addition to the Spellster Series
Part of the reason I don’t actually put a series number on the Spellster Series is due to the novels, the main ones at least, being stand alones. People should be able to read them in any order they choose, even if that order is likely to be the publication one. But sorting out the… Continue reading Not-so-linear…
It’s hot. Too darn hot to think about anything other than staying cool and hydrated. 30°C to be exact. That’s indoors. Not that outside is much better with the lack of wind. We’ve never had AC either and our fans are just moving the warm air around. It’s humid, too, which means we can’t even escape… Continue reading A New Map…
Rainbow Snippets is a Facebook Group where people post six sentence pieces of their LGBTQ+ novels. This snippet is from Spectre of the Golden Voice. This piece is a little after Krissi, a young half-elven singer, has just sung before the emperor’s son and retired to her chambers to await Ghost’s criticism… There was a… Continue reading #RainbowSnippets – Spectre of the Golden Voice
When I first thought of the Spellster Series, I planned on writing them in the very order you see above. It would’ve meant the first published story would’ve been a new adult novel that focused on a seventeen-year-old elven slave and his mistress. Instead, that is looking to be the last one written, with the others… Continue reading Weaving the Plots
It’s been some years since I’ve spent this much time on a map. Unlike then, where I put in all sorts of crazy geographic things going on, this is more down to earth. Whilst there’s still magic, it doesn’t affect things quite the way they do in The Rogue King Saga. In building this world,… Continue reading Spellster Series Map Revisited