The Ninth Circle is Available on NetGalley

My project The Ninth Circle is another serial novel, like Sol.Terra, and I have some exciting news. The Ninth Circle has just been made available on NetGalley for pre-release reading and reviewing. NetGalley is an online site used by many publishers to distribute their upcoming titles to an audience of bloggers, reviewers, teachers, and booksellers, worldwide, to … More The Ninth Circle is Available on NetGalley

Sabriet

This weekend I decided to bust out the watercolour paints. I haven’t used watercolours in more years than I can remember, but I felt like getting into it anyway. When I uncovered one of my old sketch pads, I discovered a pencil outline of a character from an old WIP novel that I had all … More Sabriet

Drink

An order of tea usually didn’t come with an empty container, so I wasn’t sure why mine did. I tried to ask the waitress, but her back was already turned. The little box was barely the size of a biscuit. Perhaps that was what was supposed to come with it. I picked it up and … More Drink

Praise the Songbird

I mentioned earlier that the last few weeks had been creative ones. Costuming gave way to painting, which in turn gave way to toy-making. This is not something I had ever tried before, but a long, rainy weekend needed a project, and this is what my mind landed on. I had just finished playing the … More Praise the Songbird

From Super Speed to Slow-Mo – Style and Pacing

It’s time for part two of NaNoPlotMo’s writing prep month. This month we are focusing on pacing. This article was a join effort between myself and co-organizer, Grace Sabella, aka Illuminara. You can read the original post on DeviantArt here.   Using Writing Style to Control Your Story’s Pace Last time, we talked about the big … More From Super Speed to Slow-Mo – Style and Pacing