So you’ve stumbled into my lair. Thankfully, I’m arachnophobic, so I’ll spare you the typical jokes.
Who am I? What is this blog about? Well, the long-story short is I’m a YA fantasy writer. Part of the purpose of this blog is to have a place for people who enjoy my books to poke around and see what I’m working on.
If you hover over or click on My Books above, you’ll find what I’ve currently published, all on Kindle so far, but I hope to be finding a traditional publisher soon. If you hover over it, it’ll divide the stories by world, which so far is Saveer/Eresith and Other. I also list what I’m currently working on at the bottom of this post, so check down there if you are curious! Also under that tab are my Extra Projects, which is almost exactly what it says on the tin. The landing page will explain what is what, but here’s a brief recap too. Saveer/Eresith Extras, which is anything I’ve done for those books like clothes designs and maps. I’ve also got Hurrocks Fardel: Swan Maidens, which is… a bit of a story, so stick with me. About a year ago, I entered a contest for the webcomic and won. Because Eira and her guard are my creations and I think I might do something with them someday, I’ve added them to the site.
The next three tabs are the ones you’ll find the most information under. Each week, I post a review about a book, movie, or the occasional TV show or my thoughts on something about RPGs and writing. By clicking on Reviews, you’ll get every blog post under the review category, or you can hover over it and pick which kind of review you would like to read. If you click on RPG and Writing, you will get every blog post under those categories, or you can hover and again, pick which kind interests you. I try to rotate around so they all get equal love, but when it comes to reviews, it really just depends on what I’m read/watching at the time. Then for roughly one month of the year, I pause everything and publicly post an on-going NaNoWriMo project, Nuzlocke: Heir to the Sky, which is a Nuzlocke run of the Pokemon X video game. There’s a landing page, but also specifically recaps of prior years (written in October a year later), character profiles, and the Nuzlocke tag of blog posts if you just want to navigate that way.
What, you still want to know more about me? Well, okay… If you click on About Me, you’ll get my auto-biography blurb (not horrifically long, I promise) that also links to my copyediting business, In the Corner Editing. It’s double listed, just in case you don’t think to click on it (because not all menus are self-evident, and I try to be kind). I also have an FAQ section built, though it is currently blank as I wait to hear any questions people might have about me. If you hover over the About Me tab, you’ll see it, along with my Current Projects page which tells you what is going on for me as a writer right now. Lastly, News has all the recent happenings around the site or dealing with my writing.
Thanks for stopping by!
Writing White Dragon, Black Lark, a stand-alone novel(la)
What it’s about:
There is a tradition that the queens and princesses keep from their husbands and fathers, with the help of trusted knights. Dame Lyall of Baesa is happy to serve, even with having never met the children of her king and queen. However, Princess Armella of Viarwen does not want to follow through with this time-honored tradition, and in fact is forced into it by her mother. Lyall finds out that Armella is not the typical princess, for a lot of reasons, and something is rotten within the royal court. However, rooting it out in her current form is going to be…difficult, since she can’t even fit through a door.
Sun’s Guard: Ten is currently in process for self-publishing, but I am stuck waiting on cover art. Plenty else to keep me busy!
Last Three Blog Posts or Pages:
February 3rd–Review: Closer to Home
Cold/Flu Break (Round 2)
March 5th–Writing: What Your Writing Teacher Never Told You About Querying
March 12th–Tabletop RP: Picking My Character Class
Blog posts are published once or twice a week, usually once on the weekends or in the middle of the week