This week, an author of numerous books, Annie Lima, has interviewed me and posted it on her blog. She has been doing a series of interviews with authors of new realms and exotic worlds. This interview covers the world of Gryphendale in general but also focuses specifically on my new book coming out July 24th.… Continue reading I’ve Been Interveiwed!
Fantasy fiction is a direct descendant of fairytales and myths. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, and George MacDonald were creators of some of the earliest fantasy fiction novels with the specific intention of creating modern fairytales and myths. Their tales existed in undefined far-off worlds with fuzzy boundaries. They had a somewhat medieval world in a vague time… Continue reading What is fantasy fiction for me?
As I dive headlong into the field of writing, I often set before me amazing pillars of creativity as my role models. I am pretty sure every author does this. Why write if you don’t love to read? Even though I have a very long list of favorite writers, my inspiration usually returns to Jane Austin, C.S.… Continue reading Writers Who Inspire Me
Hi Everyone! My writing is in a competition and you can vote for it! My 500-word flash fiction is about the merpeople of Gryphendale. I am entry number seven. Just click the link below and vote for a story you like. Happy Reading!
This week has been busy! I just signed a contract for an audiobook of Gryphendale to be made by June 16th through ACX. The talented Annie Alder will be narrating my novel. When the project is completed, it will be available to purchase on Audible, iTunes, and Amazon. I am so excited about it! I love audiobooks!… Continue reading An Audiobook and a Forum…
Here is the new cover for Gryphendale! What do you think?
I re-read Gryphendale as I finished The Shadow of the Gryphon. I missed my imaginary world. It has been almost a year and a half since I published it, and I am getting impatient to release the next book from that same faerie realm. If you haven’t read Gryphendale, you can get it on Kindle for $2.99. If… Continue reading And Still Writing…