The first meeting of Malice and Jack way back in the First World War from Valkyrie III. “Walkure” What are you gonna do if this hair-brained scheme does work?” Running like hell certainly comes to mind. His grandson replied. “That won’t work not with her son.” The elder replied as he sighed. “If you do that you are finished she would run you down before you had gone ten … [Read more...] about Walkure: From Valkyrie lll
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For the entirety of my life I have enjoyed reading. As long as I can recall I have actively sought out fantasy and science fiction stories to dive into, discovering new worlds and becoming enthralled by the tales told within them. Since childhood, I have enjoyed creating fiction of my own, games for my friends and I to play, and short, terrible stories to share with my family. … [Read more...] about Writing “The Stranger’s Orphan”
Q. Walk me through the process with Asunder – which came first, the cover or the story? How did it evolve from there into the glorious double-whammy of art and writing that it is today? A. The story began March of 2014. I had been living temporarily in an artist loft in Lowertown, Saint Paul, Minnesota, for two months to participate in the bi-annual art crawl which had … [Read more...] about Author Interview: Liz Steinworth
Could you tell the readers a little bit about yourself? I write speculative fiction based on fantasy worlds filled with magic, intrigue and adventure. My writing spills into dark fantasy worlds of sword and sorcery, magic and mayhem. I also write very slowly, this five-minute interview actually took me over an hour! I live in Devon, England with a handful of teenagers, one … [Read more...] about 5 Minutes with P.J. Reed
I had a review posted today by a woman blogger and I think she likes it vanilla… which is slightly awkward. The review was positive, and I thank her for it as it mentioned good character building, great monsters, and world building but she was unhappy because the characters in my book appeared to have ‘odd relationships with one another.’ Yes, indeed they do. The … [Read more...] about How Do You Like It?