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…
Happy 2018, everyone! Last year I set myself a few writing goals in the beginning of the New Year. A lot of them didn’t get done, with In Pain and Blood commanding much of my time. I did get a few more books read than 2016, but fell well short of the twelve I’d set myself… … Continue reading 2018 Goals and Other News
Recently, a thought came to me as I registered that In Pain and Blood on its own, had almost climbed to the same word count as The Rogue King Saga is as a whole. Which means they make a little over 612k together. Adding the completed stories of Dark One’s Mistress, Golden… Continue reading A Million Words
I didn’t think I would have 50k left of In Pain and Blood to work with by the time November rocked up and the first week will be the blog tour for Dark One’s Mistress. And yet, as you can probably guess, I will be participating in the National Novel Writing Month. I did plan… Continue reading Looks like I may be entering NaNoWriMo after all…
Otherwise known as the passing 75% mark… for the third time. So, we’ve leapt from the goal being 160k to 180k and maybe even beyond. That 200k quip I made months back is looking less and less like a joke. I wasn’t going to enter into Nanowrimo this year because, aside from having DOM’s… Continue reading Stop Growing… Please!
Golden Dawn is free for this weekend, so my fellow Weekend Writing Warriors and Snippet Sunday Folk, here’s a piece from that my paranormal romance… In this piece, Herald has just demanded a clear answer from his father about how long a certain woman in the tower has been there… His father’s dark brow twitched at Herald’s… Continue reading Weekend Writing Warriors – #8sunday
When I first set out to write In Pain and Blood, I knew the tower Dylan originates from is big. It has to accommodate hundreds of people. There are that many that he doesn’t recognise his peers. When I first envisioned the tower, it was just that, a single spire in the middle of nowhere. That… Continue reading Crunching the Numbers