Altering history is great fun, especially when real life events can easily be given magical explanations!
Guest Post: Every Hero Needs a Sidekick
Every Hero Needs a Sidekick: Mudarra and Yusuf from SEVEN NOBLE KNIGHTS by J. K. Knauss Writing a novel set more than one thousand years ago has many pleasures… Read more “Guest Post: Every Hero Needs a Sidekick”
A History of Irish Republicanism: Part One, The Real World
It’s release day for A Theft of Magic! The hero, Ronan McCarrick, is an Irish Republican, so I’m going to share a little about the real history of Irish Republicanism in the 19th century.
So You’ve Finished Your Novel. What Next?
This week on my blog I have special guest J.L. Gribble, author of Steel Victory and its brand new sequel, Steel Magic! J.L.’s going to talk about the revision process,… Read more “So You’ve Finished Your Novel. What Next?”
Sex and Magic
To continue this week’s theme of romance and sex, I thought it was a good time to discuss how I bring the fantasy elements into my fantasy… Read more “Sex and Magic”
A writer’s relationship to research is very personal. Some people try to avoid it at all costs. Some spend too much time falling down interesting rabbit holes.… Read more “Research”