Some of you may know from reading my blog that I went to pharmacy school in Atlanta, GA. While there my husband at the time lived here in St. Louis, MO. It meant I spent many long hours in the car. It also means I still have friends in the southeast. I try to see … More Inspiration Strikes
You can imagine all the twists and turns in a long adventure. Here are a few tips that will help anyone hoping to tackle a project like this. … More Tips to Writing a Long Series by Charles Yallowitz #IAN1 #IARTG #fantasy
What is your favorite weapon?
Kat lifts her hands, turning them this way and that, examining her the lines along her palms. She lifts her eyes to the interviewer, an orange glow spreading across the rims of her iris’. The skin above her cheekbones darken, and her teeth elongate, sharpen. A puff of smoke curls from her nostrils, trickling up her cheek. “I am the weapon.”
… More A Character Interview with Katriane Dupont by D. Fischer #IAN1 #IARTG
Triad has realism and plenty of raw emotion that isn’t always seen in epic fantasy. If you like action this book has it in scores. Aleena and Anlon killed more people than an army.The plot was well thought out and the series has potential, so I am giving this book 3.5 stars.Overall if you want an action packed novel with plenty of violence and some gore this is the book for you. … More Triad
Review requests may seem like a tedious and pointless exercise but they are essential to getting reviews. Let me explain why. … More The Importance of Proper Review Requests from a Reviewers Perspective.