One of the most overdone tropes in fantasy, ever, is the concept of ‘dark bad’ and ‘light good’. I’m so utterly tired of it, and I bet much of the world is as well. Yes, humans are a diurnal species and trust the sun to be ‘good’ for us. It makes sense, biologically, we’d likeContinue reading “Darkness versus “The Light” – We need to twist things up more.”
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Put that Weapon Down -ways to avoid using overpowered modern weapons in Urban Fantasy
Urban fantasy has its fun points, but it can also get a little bit annoying to balance magic and technology. Questions often come up on: “Why use magic when you can use tech?” and such like that. I’ve been told that’s why cyberpunk + fantasy might not work as well, however I personally disagree withContinue reading “Put that Weapon Down -ways to avoid using overpowered modern weapons in Urban Fantasy”
5 Ideas for Redeeming a Villain and turning them into an ANTIHERO!
I absolutely love antiheroes, and it’s a trope I consistently use in every novel I write. There’s just something about bad guys double crossing other bad guys and joining the heroes that I adore. This can also go hand-in-hand with the enemies-to-lovers ship, another one that I adore. In my series, the male vampire picturedContinue reading “5 Ideas for Redeeming a Villain and turning them into an ANTIHERO!”
Fun For Active Readers – Notes & Highlights can be seen on Goodreads
Now, I’m a very active reader, and I write extremely detailed reviews. To the point where I still consider becoming a book blogger, because it would make sense. As you can see from my blog here, though, I like talking about a variety of things and hate restrictions. Anyway, to support other self-published authors, IContinue reading “Fun For Active Readers – Notes & Highlights can be seen on Goodreads”