As of 3pm this afternoon, the 2nd draft of my novel, The Fractured Isle, is finished. It comes in at 99,896 words according to MS Word. That’s in between Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets (85,141) and Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban (107,253) in terms of length. With that milestone, I can say that I… Continue reading An update, a request and an offer.
Paternus is a dark fantasy, and it features gods. Which gods? Pretty much all of them. I have to give a nod to debut author Dyrk Ashton for the amount of research he must have done to write this book. There is so much detail and scope. He weaves in folk lore and mythology from… Continue reading Book Review: Paternus by Dyrk Ashton
You know why writing is great? Because you can do anything you want. This is especially true if you’re writing a fictional world, alternate reality, far flung future/past etc. Every day, our real life choices are opened or restricted by the rules and freedoms of our time. You may agree with some of these, and… Continue reading Laws and freedoms in your fictional world