With the background to In Pain and Blood all settled, my muse has turned her worldbuilding attention to the next in the lineup: To Target the Heart. This one’s a little trickier, being that the narration will be split in two. But also fun in having the Main Characters, Darshan and Hamish, trying to find a… Continue reading The Weirdness of Worldbuilding
It’s my birthday today. Sadly, the flu (a gift my loving partner brought home) doesn’t understand birthdays. Yeah, I’ve been fighting off a bad dose of the dreaded lurgy for a few days now. My daily writing has suffered a little. Got a whole massive total of 17 words down today. Since I’m in no state to write,… Continue reading Family Tree
For some time, I’ve been wondering what to do with the font colour on To Target the Heart. I mean, just look at it… So, with a little input from some groups, I came up with three alternatives… Whilst they look fine, I’m quite enamoured with the last one as an archery contest features… Continue reading Cover Makeover – TTtH
You somehow muck about for hours to create a family crest for the MC’s of another story… All right, so it’s probably a little rough, but I just really needed to make my idea solid so to speak in order for the description to stay consistent, okay?
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
Rainbow Snippets is a Facebook Group where people post six sentence pieces of their LGBTQ+ novels. This snippet is from my fantasy wip To Target the Heart. In this piece Hamish and Darshan have just managed to not be caught snogging in the castle library instead of language studies by Hamish’s older, stuck-up sister… Hamish hastily… Continue reading #RainbowSnippets – To Target the Heart
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