How Much Should Authors Interact with Readers?
“There are as many viewpoints in this world as there are points from which to view.” This new age of social media makes it easier than ever for readers and writers to interact. Whether via reviews posted online, comments on a blog, forum discussions, Facebook or twitter, authors now have the opportunity to engage with their
Immortality and Gods in Fantasy
“Our hope of immortality does not come from any religions, but nearly all religions come from that hope.” ~Robert Ingersoll It’s interesting to me how many novels, plays, poems (and even, dare I say, religions) deal with immortality without really dealing with immortality, i.e. immortality is automatically assumed, more understood than explored. In our concept, gods
Writing Kingdom Blades (PSOL Book 4)
Many of you have been asking when book four in A Pattern of Shadow & Light will be released. All I can tell you right now is that I’ll have Kingdom Blades to you at some point in 2016 (the Muse willing). For comparison, each book in this series runs around 300,000 words, and the first