Review – Darklands

Darien Lauchlin was ready to give up his life to protect the lands of the Rhen and save the soul of the woman he loved. But he damned himself in the process and now he has to pay the price. Even if it means turning against everyone he had cared about.

Author Toolbox – Know Your World

This post was written specifically for the #AuthorToolboxBlogHop.

Think about all the fictional worlds you love. I’d be willing to bet that one of the main reasons you love them is how detailed they are and how real they feel. So how do we apply that to our own writing?

Now vs. Later

One thing I’ve discovered (or been reminded of, or something) lately is that I can be capable of some fairly ingenious methods of procrastination when I’m supposed to be writing. 

Review – Tales from Ashen Falls

A young half-elf is kidnapped by a creature from a nursery rhyme. Two bouncers have to fend off an attempted robbery on the inn they guard. A newly trained Battle Mage tracks a killer through the streets. A necromancer back from the dead looks to take revenge on the men who killed him. And Ashen Falls is the town where it all happens. 

Something To Say

As some of you may already know, I have some issues with self-doubt. It tends to lurk in my head, always there, every day. Some days are easier, others are tough. The tough days are the one where it becomes more and more difficult to ignore that internal voice.

June Goals

A new month, new challenges, new targets to shoot for.

As I said in the last month’s review, I wasn’t happy with the way things turned out. So, for this month I figure I need to do two things.