Image by Comfreak on Pixabay Creating a believable world in your book can be more challenging for some authors than others. Genre, setting, and time period have the largest influence on the world you are building. Typically, books set in the real world in modern times are the easiest to write. However, research is key … Continue reading Building Believable Worlds
I know in my last post I stated I was going to talk about world building next and I will. This topic though is personal and dear to my heart. A few weeks ago my family adopted Penny, a Pitbull, from Stray Rescue of St. Louis. She was found emaciated and running the streets in … Continue reading There are no bad dogs
Many authors love to tease their friends saying "be careful, or you'll end up in my novel" while true this isn't always a bad thing. I have friends begging to be warriors, mages, or even a villain in my books. They want to know what kind of character I'd make them. I have an ex-roommate … Continue reading Creating Believable Characters
When I started writing over 20 years ago I never thought writing would be a struggle for me. At least not when it came to knowing what to write about. Writing for me was a stress relief. It was my escape from reality where no one could bother me and I was completely in control. … Continue reading Out of Steam
For my wonderful readers who follow the Dragons series my newest book in the Dragons of the South series is nearly complete. Sweet Surrender is the next installment and follows Mac and Paxton during their rocky transition as leaders in the Southern Territory. If you read Hunted you're already familiar with Mac's rough-around-the-edges personality and … Continue reading Coming Soon: Sweet Surrender
Strangers of Earth by Keisha Fladrick is a sci-fi dystopian mystery/thriller that will keep you guessing till the very end. This book is jam packed with action, romance, and intrigue. Each chapter is a new adventure that will keep you turning pages. The ending will leave you saying "what just happened" in the best way … Continue reading Strangers of Earth Book Review
If your an aspiring author trying to make it on your own writing that first novel can seem like an overwhelming task. While For Their Sins wasn't my first novel it was the first one to be picked up by a publisher. Receiving that email that said, 'yes we're interested,' was like Christmas. To spread … Continue reading Creating an Urban Fantasy World
The Princess of the Light posted her review of Dragons of the North today and its as steamy as the books. Read her raving review in the original post here. Grab your copy now for $0.99 before the sale ends on 2/19.
Originally posted on the Princess of the Light's Blog
Neutral Space wins Literary Titan’s Gold Book Award. Thank you Literary Titan for the the honor.
The Literary Titan Book Awards are awarded to books that have astounded and amazed us with unique writing styles, vivid worlds, complex characters, and original ideas. These books deserve extraordinary praise and we are proud to acknowledge the hard work, dedication, and imagination of these talented authors.cc
Gold Award Winners