An author blessed with imagination should not only focus on the work in progress, but also visualize the success of their finished book.
In my recent title: The Half Mile of Baby Blue, family dynamics contribute to the overall conflict that frustrates one of my favorite characters, Dot Wheeler, the matriarch and grandmother of the story. Albeit, The Half Mile of Baby of Baby Blue is only a book, but when I speak of family dynamics, I utilize my ownContinue reading “Family dynamics and Baby Blue”
Let me tell you a tale. A story lies between book two and book three.
‘Author’s have some oddities in common. Tolkien’s world probably lived inside his head.’
I’ll keep to my fiction, so say I, the author of my words.
As a young girl, I stood at the screen door of my life and sang out to the world:
Commitment: You are what you repetitively do.
My love, if you ruled my sun and stars, how then would I live?
You can write about anything, and if you write well enough even the reader with no intrinsic interest in the subject will become involved. Tracy Kidder
Romantasy … A word descriptor that came to my imaginative senses early in the writing of The Scarlett Mark, A MedEvil Romantasy. A word that in my mind is weaved from the fictional world’s of romance and fantasy, but is not limited by either genre. Romantasy, I’m sure, can pertain to many elements of fiction,Continue reading “My Dictionary Meaning of Romantasy”