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.
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.
The last book I’ve read in 2018 is a re-read of the very first self-published book I’ve read, back in 2016. This was a mixed-feelings return, for reasons I’ll mention later.Continue reading
With 2018 nearing its end, I decided to look back at my reading in 2018 and highlight books that became memorable for me.
Not so long ago, I made a post about how I see intimacy and sex scenes as a reader of fantasy literature – and what factors I see as important in redards to including such a scene. This time, I’ll share my thoughts as a writer.
Warning: potentially sensitive content inside this post.
Writers can do much with their imaginations. This includes various devices to help both sides of the conflict. These can be anything from small, useful things to devices that have a large-scale impact on what a character can do. They can even break a genre’s boundary, allowing something one could not normally do.