So, THE GIRL WITH THE SCAR is set to be released soon, though my publisher has not given me an official release date as of yet.
In the meantime, I would like to invite everyone to get a taste of some shorts and a few snippets here and there. Bear in mind that THE GIRL WITH THE SCAR is written from the point of view of Genevieve Solace, a fifteen year-old sheltered girl in the southern planes of Kalarn.
The White Wolf is a $ 0.99 short story that introduces one of the novel’s main characters as he is set to make his move to find the one whom he has been searching. Enjoy!
HOW YOU CAN GET AS MUCH OUT OF YOUR NARRATIVE AS YOU CAN
So there’s action and thrills and world-building and plot progression and character development and all kinds of -ers, -ings, and -ments that go along with writing.
There are dozens of rules and just as many ways to break those rules, and then there are punctuation patterns and story enders and finishers. It seriously can become as daunting as Santa’s Christmas list.
We are going to take a few threads and discuss the industry.
Writing a novel takes a lot of work, as we all know. We put so much time in the writing, the rewriting, the editing, the critiques, and…the rewriting. But once the work is done, we’re far from finished. Continue reading →