I was bored, or something, and decided to make a bunch of ‘quick’ images from various scenes in the Eldritch Elysium series. Here’s the first:
It’s been a long, long while since I last wrote any kind of book review. Figured it was long since time I dug out this one and wrote up my thoughts on “The Marshall Plan for Novel Writing”.
Good morning readers! Today I’ve got a special interview with novelist Mira Kolar-Brown as she discusses her upcoming mystery novel. I’ve never hosted an interview before, hope you like it!
Time for another awesome guest post! This time I’m honored to be hosting Tracey Alley, a writer of fantasy fiction and a master of short forms including flash fiction! Take it away Trace:
Never Rains But It Pours & Other Such Nonsense
I used to hear this expression from the adults in my life a lot as a kid and I could never quite figure it out. Of course now I’m one of those dreary adults and have caught myself using the same expression many times. These days I know what it means – which is basically that if things start to go wrong they often keep getting worse. The problem is today that I work as a writer for a living and as a consequence I really think about words. Why do we use them? Where did they come from? And, maybe most importantly, why is the English language peppered with these odd expressions and strange turns of phrase?
I’m finally done with some kicking new logo’s to use as place holders for books in the Eldritch Elysium series until I craft their individual book covers. Check them out after the jump.