This is a question I've been asking myself lately. Pictured here is my character Ares, done by the lovely Rammaru. Check out their art if you ever get a chance, as you can see it's gorgeous. But anyway, Ares here is a perfect example of a vampire from my lore in my novel series. They … Continue reading Are Vampires Out of Style?
I'm so happy! Today I got the final art of the manga pages I ordered, and they look AMAZING. These two go through quite a bit together, that's for damn sure. This is a pivotal moment in my book. First let me show you the characters: the art piece above is done by Harcloniter, who … Continue reading THE BLOOD BOND!
DISCLAIMER: This is breaking down MY PERSONAL BELIEFS. This is not me attempting to 'convert' anyone (I'm actually against that). I'm merely posting this for those that might be curious and want a look into how other people approach spirituality. First thing's first, an omnist does not mean "optimist" despite the words sounding so similar. … Continue reading My Religion/Spirituality? I am an Omnist.
I went looking through the photos I've taken throughout the years only to discover that I really don't take pictures during Christmas time. Which I don't really find to be all that strange. Halloween is more fun, where I can be something else! Christmas is something I see as a chance to hang out with … Continue reading It’s Starting to Feel a Lot like Christmas…Well, Not Really.
Companions and sidekicks in stories are a cliche/trend that, in my personal opinion, should never die off. There's something about a cute widdle animal that makes you feel very warm inside, and it's quite easy to character build around these creatures too. It shows your reader the morality of your protagonist or antagonist. Is there … Continue reading Animal Companions in Epic Stories
Robert Smoke, by Harcloniter They call this fellow "The Rat with the Knife", for he surely is one. From when you meet him in Red Viper and eventually find out his initial objective, you know that he's a terrible, greedy person. But Robert Smoke doesn't remain this way at all. He's forced to work with … Continue reading The Anti-Hero
Credit to Harcloniter for this wonderful depiction of my characters from the first two books in The Kingdoms of Blood series. As you can see, I love getting art of my characters. It's one of the most thrilling things ever. But lately, people have been complaining about how authors describe a bit too much about … Continue reading To Describe or Not To Describe