The need to reread is mystical and powerful. To those who don’t re-read, “mystifying” or “baffling” most likely seem more appropriate, but for those who do, I present you with the lost book tips in the hopes of saving you from my mistakes. By “lost book,” I don’t necessarily mean that I misplaced the book … More Lost Books & The Need to Reread
As my deadline gets closer, I find myself asking 2 questions: 1. Am I really going to be able to finish by the end of June? and 2. What happens after I finish the first draft? Then, what? I guess, technically, that’s 2.5 questions…, and, FYI, I’ve decided that the answer to question #1 is … More What Happens After I Finish the First Draft?
Trace stood in the shadows of the alley and watched to make sure the vamp was dead. It smelled dead, but with a vamp, it was hard to be sure. Most of them always smelled dead. A couple of rough-looking men came out from an alley and checked for a pulse, which would tell them … More Chapter 3 Excerpt from Born Not Made
52,036 words and counting: BNM (working title) is starting to take off. Sure, some days, the words write themselves, and some days, I have to pry them out with a crowbar. But they’re coming, and it’s amazingly satisfying to see the characters and the story taking shape. I’ve never written anything that merged magic with … More Making Progress on Book 1!
In Born Not Made (working title), magic users conceal themselves in modern society or face the risk of being imprisoned and “studied.” The most common magic types are witches, detector talents, and weres (shifters). There are also varieties of the undead that can be created through combining murder and magic, and the characters learn the … More Chapter 2 Excerpt: Born Not Made