After a month-long break caused by a side-read and a time spent with my own writing, I am returning to this series and the fourth book of D.K. Holmberg’s ‘The Lost Prophecy’ series.Continue reading
In another cliché-related post, I’ll touch the most used and maybe the one most favored by readers: eternal love. I’ll share why I think it works so well as well as some thoughts about the alternatives.Continue reading
Today, I’ll share my thoughts on the Kindle X-ray feature and why I find it useful for both readers and writers.Continue reading
My first “out of my usual genre boundaries” read of 2019 was taken with this mix of Sci-Fi and romance. Intrigued by my discussion with the author in the later parts of her writing process, I’ve decided to give the book a try.Continue reading
This time, I’ll share something about what I find one of the hardest aspects of writing: creating character names. My imagination can do much (how much of it I can convert into shareable form is another thing) but when it comes to naming the characters I make up, that’s where I tend to hit a wall way too often.
I admire the writers who can name over a hundred(s) characters in their stories. It might be simpler for stories that can use real names but it’s still a respect-worthy feat. On the other side, I struggled to name my game characters (whether it was Diablo III, World of Warcraft or The Sims series).Continue reading
The third book of ‘The Lost Prophecy’ series by D.K. Holmberg is leading to the first major showdown of the series while keeping the pace and revealing more pieces of the complex backstory.Continue reading