Tag: fantasy

Jun 06 2017

Mystery Blogger Award Number Two

Deb nominated me as I was nominating her! Thanks for the recognition! There are rules to this award, of course… Rule 1: Put the award logo/image on your blog. Rule 2: List the rules. Rule 3: Thank whoever nominated you and provide a link to their blog. Deb of bunnyandthebloke.com. And second to:@petrichorclouds @ArleeBird @IsaLeeWolf …

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May 23 2017

52 Weeks of Writing Goals

I’m reading: 47 Mind Hacks for Writers by Karen Dimmick & Steve Dimmick and using the exercises as blog post prompts. The next step is to break my goals down from the “end” to the next 52 weeks. Current Writing End Goals From the End Goals of an Author post. To consider the feedback of …

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May 20 2017

End Goals of an Author

I’m reading: 47 Mind Hacks for Writers by Karen Dimmick & Steve Dimmick and using the exercises as blog post prompts. Map the end goal If writing a book is a journey, then it’s up to the writer to determine the destination, the point where the author considers it a success. “…end goal where you …

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Aug 21 2015

My #WEPFF Spectacular Settings hosted by @DeniseCCovey and @YolandaRenee Entry #fantasy writing

The first task is to share a setting that stopped my heart. This song feels like a poem set to music, and is partly about a setting: This speaks to me because it is so vivid. I feel like I’m there, in Australia, seeing what he sees. The second task option is to share a …

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Aug 07 2015

Fantasy Blog Tour for the War of Six Crowns Books

The Vanished Knight by M Gerrick My rating: 5 of 5 stars Callan is a wonderful rare character. She’s a foster child in England. But she might be from a fantasy world. The book sits on the edge between Portal and Urban Fantasy. The relatable story of this “Anne-like-luck” girl getting a new family that …

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Nov 16 2014

Sunday Seven for @amazonkindle Thoughts and a #NaNoWriMo First Line Hook

  A list of seven of something- brought to you on Sunday. What can you add?   Sunday Seven for Kindle Thoughts and a NaNoWriMo First Line Hook   This week I’m bringing you seven ideas I wish the Kindle App had, as well as seven possible opening lines from my current NaNoWriMo fantasy story. …

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Nov 12 2014

Random Post for Fantasy Books with Dragons and Swords that Goth Readers May Like and a Hint of Vanilla

The 12 Greatest Fantasy Books Of The Year   ^ That’s a fantastic list to check out. ^   Where might my own current NaNoWriMo project land on this?   The Dagger in the Darkrise, by J Lenni Dorner     Why it made the list (or might someday) : It starts out with the main …

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Oct 24 2014

Vanilla Virus #spooktoberfest14 Flash Fiction

    Vanilla Virus   There is a commotion outside my chamber door, and I find myself armed only with a quill. I try to ignore the noise, but the pounding is knocking the books from their shelves. I’ve run low on space to dodge these heavy dangers. My back is pressed to the wall. …

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Oct 19 2014

Sunday Seven Bucket List

A list of seven of something- brought to you on Sunday. Seven items on my Bucket List   The high fantasy novel I’m working on – Finish it, publish it, and sell 2,000 copies in one week or 8,000 copies in one month. Watch a meteor shower while in the Cranberry Lake area of New …

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Jun 05 2014

The #amwriting #whywrite #process hop

The Writer’s Blog Hop — Mention the person who tagged you. Answer four questions. Tag three people. (Those three do the same on their blog.)   My thanks to Lisa M. Lilly for tagging me in this hop.   Lisa M. Lilly is an attorney and author. She lives in Chicago, where she serves as …

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May 04 2014

Liebster Award and Sunday Seven- Influential Books

  A big thank you to the wonderful Alison Strachan for giving me and this blog a third Liebster Award!   “Alison is a fantasy writer who believes in the power of story-telling. She is passionate about the environment and speaking up against abuse of animals. Her novel in progress explores these themes and those …

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Mar 03 2014

Authors with blogs chain hop

This is a blog chain hop on writing for authors with blogs. It is my honor to have been tagged by Ia Uaro. Ia Uaro was a published author at 17 and used the proceeds to help fund her university studies, during which time she was active in aero-modelling, martial arts, mountaineering, speleology… and studied …

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Aug 02 2013

Off-topic fiction

    Meanwhile, in a fictional world far, far, away…                 The General looked over the document. Klommarg was a ceremony between two living beings of stable mind which bound them to each other. To be eligible, both participants had to show their allegiance to the Efocknir. This meant that the bound ones …

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