One week until launch date! And today I have a bunch of random fun ‘somethings’ about Shadowkeeper!
Meet a major secondary character in Shadowkeeper, this happening years before the novelette took place (and completely unconectted. It was a fun experment as I worked on their voices and I thought you might enjoy it.)
I always swore I’d never do it.
But I did.
I can’t say I’m sorry, even though I’ll probably never do it again.
I wrote a story without an outline.
Yes, I’ve had cover reveals before. But this is my absolute favorite cover that I’ve shared with you all to date. *grins* Kate really outdid herself this time.
And then they stood among the ashes of burned parchments, with broken pens in their hands and ink staining their skin. For the time of writing was over and the time of the end had come.
I was feeling dramatic. You’re welcome.
Everyone talks about not writing cliche stories. Not writing tropes or things everyone else does.
Want to go against the wind and do it anyway? Look no further.
If you apply everything in this article, you’re sure to have a *coughs* masterpiece.
Here goes everything:
I didn’t mean to erase time.
I’m very, very sorry about all of that.
So I decided at the last minute to take part in NaNo and write 50,000 words in November. Mainly because I didn’t want to edit the project I’d just finished.
And… I started five days late. Continue reading
I’m a very cynical person sometimes.
You might already know that.
The screen in the corner blinks from 4:00 to 3:59. Glass shatters in the distance. Tense music fills the small room. An ominous voice warns us of the consequences if we don’t succeed in stealing back a painting before the museum opens. We gather up the final clues, solving them as we go. Another minute down. A stuck door.