Every high fantasy novel needs a map, right? (A guest blog by A. M. Manay.)
The villain cackled. “You will be electrocuted,” he said as he switched on a monitor showing a female form reaching for a large switch, “by your own daughter! Muah ha ha ha!”
I am the cat. I can feel the sun. We are one.
4. "MJ" Hegar. "I'm hit, but ... I can still fly," she told them.
2. Lilya Litvyak. She was 21 years old for the entirety of her short but spectacular military career.
1. Cornelia Fort. The year? Fateful 1941.
The acronym "Nanowrimo" sounds like "really tiny rhinoceroses" but it actually breaks down into National Novel Writing Month. November is that month.
... are greatly exaggerated," nearly said Mark Twain. It turns out that we like books. Not "books" that have on/off buttons and high-res screens and oodly gigablarghs of storage, no! Books that have no electricity at all and would be instantly recognizable to a time traveling Johannes Kepler. Book sales in general were more or…
The upcoming fantasy novel "The Spires of Karrendale," coauthored with Dana Berry, is at the beta reading stage. It is set on the world of Toloth, where three moons dance in stately grace among the billowing filaments of the Ballgown nebula. Sixteen year old Vossla Aranel is sent home from the magic academy of Arboria.…