It might be quite strange jumble as my blog is partly about reading books, partly about hiking and partly about writing. It might seem that this trio does not come together that much. Yet, for me, it does. In this post, I will share how.
Princesses are the subject of several clichés in children’s tales and eventually in fantasy. I’d say that “marry the princess and live happily ever after” is one of the biggest and oldest clichés. I have some history with it – and I’ll share some of it today.Continue reading
This will be a mixture of thoughts on the matter of book reviews – how they help authors and readers.Continue reading
Deciding how to share your story with the world is something very easy for some and difficult for others. The reasons may differ case-by-case. After seeing – and reading – many self-published books, I needed little time to realize it’s the way I want to take. In this post, I’ll share the reasons.
I’m returning to the topic once again, this time with some thoughts on choosing the right words. It’s something I’ve got into a discussion about recently while seeing advice/feedback on my foray into this type of content.
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I am continuing my presentation of the characters. This time, I am introducing one of the youngest characters age-wise but one of the oldest when it comes to her first appearance: Princess Nadyenne Crystelan.