Since good dialogue is something I tend to appreciate, I thought I’d use this month’s #AuthorToolboxBlogHop to give some thoughts and ideas about writing it.
At this point, we’re more than halfway through the year, and I’m feeling the need to get myself organized so… Read more August Goals
Jane Doe gets a couple of surprises when Victoria O’Henry turns up dead. The first is that someone has killed the scion of the local werewolf pack and most powerful family in town. The second is that her brother is the prime suspect. So when Jane’s best friend asks her to look into the murder, what else is a teenage weredeer supposed to do?
Regardless of the genre that we choose to write in, there’s a good chance we’ll want to include some sort of action scene or scenes in our work. It may be a one-on-one fight, it might involve two massive armies. It could involve various weapons or vehicles. It could even be two men chasing a swan. Whatever type of action you want to write, I hope some of the following thoughts will prove useful.
Now that Fi knows the truth about the mysterious man she had been caring for and the uncle who raised, she has to start coming to terms with the truth about herself. That will be easier said than done as she and her quasi-boyfriend Zeke are pursued by ancient gods, demons and monsters. But they have some gods on their side as well…
Technically this one is a little bit of a cheat since I fell in love with Neverwhere before it was a book. But since it’s the book I’ve come back to again and again, I think it counts.
The main thing that’s been on my mind lately has been ways of getting myself more organised about my writing in the hopes that I’ll start making progress sometime soon. And so, for this month’s #AuthorToolboxBlogHop post, I thought I’d look at some of the options I’m using or considering.
For most pirate captains, the thought of joining forces doesn’t come naturally. But with the various towns friendly to them being burned to the ground, someone has to make a stand and unite them in the face of the threat. Captain Drake Morass intends to be that man, by any means necessary.