I am back with my monthly writing updates. For 2019, I’m leaning towards a small change of leaving them for the actual end of the month instead of around 20th. Anyway, let’s see what I’ve been up to.Continue reading
Monthly Archives: January 2019
Book reviews: Soldier song
A year after the fifth book, the finale of Teralin Sword series comes.Continue reading
Fantasy: about swords on the back
Carrying a sword (or any other weapon) on the back is frequently seen in fantasy games and movies (and not limited to them). In this post, I’ll look into some parts of this.Continue reading
Writing: external motivation
This will be a bit more personal post. During the past days, some things happened that gave me some positive vibes when it comes to my writing and I’ve decided to share some of them.Continue reading
2018 Photography look back: Snow
Since it’s winter, in today’s post, I’ll make a short look back at some winter-themed photos I took in 2018 (and the first week of 2019).Continue reading
Forging a character: General Vigellus
I am back with another blog post about the development of a character. This time, I’ll cover one with probably the most-developed backstory: General Vigellus Ironhand.
Writing: My history with the Princess cliché
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
Book review: The Awakening of Dreams
My second new read of 2019 is the end to a trilogy of short fantasy books. It follows two books I’ve read and reviewed back in Summer 2017.
The value of book reviews
This will be a mixture of thoughts on the matter of book reviews – how they help authors and readers.Continue reading
Writing: Why I plan to self-publish
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.
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