Slopes of Mt. Doom ~ The Writer’s Journey Part 8

We've discussed openings, character development, relationships, plot, world-building. Now, we've arrived at the climax and resolution. Generally, this is the most important part of your story. Everything you've been working towards is leading up to this moment, the cataclysmic breath of time where everything is either destroyed or resolved. (Usually, the latter.) The most crucial … Continue reading Slopes of Mt. Doom ~ The Writer’s Journey Part 8

The Breaking of the Fellowship ~ The Writer’s Journey Part #7

While in earlier posts we discussed world-building, characters, and plot, this post is going to talk about relationships. While some of these aspects apply to all types, this is going to focus especially on romantic relationships in fiction. First thing, however. I am a Christian and do not write smut in my books. If I … Continue reading The Breaking of the Fellowship ~ The Writer’s Journey Part #7

Citadels and Coppices ~ The Writer’s Journey Part 6

One of the most crucial parts of any story aside from characters and plot is world-building. Now, this differs greatly depending on what you're writing. Naturally, you're going to handle world-building in a very different fashion if you're writing historical fiction versus fantasy. I'm going to address both methods since the biggest different only depends … Continue reading Citadels and Coppices ~ The Writer’s Journey Part 6

The City of Snow & Stars Book Review + Interview with Author

Trinia’s Gift is the ability to duplicate herself perfectly in mind and body yet, every time she uses it, she feels like she loses another piece of her soul. Her abusive and power-hungry father, Caderyn, wishes to exploit her gift to create an army that obeys his command and rebuild the Airgíd Empire that fell … Continue reading The City of Snow & Stars Book Review + Interview with Author

The Last Atlantean Book Review + Interview with Author

"Watch, ye sons of the sea, your doom is at hand. With soundless storm rises the fate of Atlantis." As a lighthouse keeper’s daughter, Hattie has always been able to handle anything the Atlantic throws at her. But when a stranger washes ashore in a storm, she finds herself unraveling a mystery that will change … Continue reading The Last Atlantean Book Review + Interview with Author