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A to Z Challenge 2019 Theme Reveal

A to Z Challenge 2019 Theme Reveal

It’s been three years since I participated in A to Z Challenge. As time-consuming as writing daily posts was, it was also tons of fun, so I decided to give it a go again. This year, I have a very special theme that already gets me excited.

Scourges, Spells, and Serenades in StoryHack

Scourges, Spells, and Serenades in StoryHack

With great pleasure I can announce that my sword&sorcery story, Scourges, Spells, and Serenades appears in issue three of StoryHack that had just been published. The story features two of my favorite characters, Kamira and Veelk, whom you might have met in The Arcanist and the Mage Killer (Phantaxis 1/2016), and it’s available in paperback on Amazon and as an ebook from many retailers. If you’d like to know more about other stories published in the issue and the magazine…

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13 Facts About My WIP

13 Facts About My WIP

Back in December I took part in a fun Twitter game which required posting a graphic saying “1 Like = 1 WIP Fact”, and as you can guess, as the likes for the tweet appeared, its author was supposed to post facts about their work-in-progress. I had fun, and got 13 likes, a result I was quite happy with: it gave me enough space to shares some interesting bits of my fantasy novel “By the Pact”, but at the same…

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My story in “Phantaxis”

My story in “Phantaxis”

This month’s issue of “Phantaxis”, a science fiction and fantasy magazine features my fantasy story “The Arcanist and the Mage Killer”, which is set in the same world as my work-in-progress novel, “By the Pact”, and features the same protagonists. The magazine is available on Amazon, both as a paperback and an ebook, and via many other online retailers.

All the Novels I Write

All the Novels I Write

Even though I usually end up focused on one project at the time, it’s never the only one that is brewing in my head. I’ve mentioned before I usually have several projects going, in different stages of (de)composition, as this is my way of escaping the dreaded writer’s block. If one project feels tiresome or boring at the time, I can always jump into another one and get my writing momentum back.

6 Things That Helped Me Finish My Novel

6 Things That Helped Me Finish My Novel

I’ve finished novels before, but usually it took over a year to get to the end, so when I finished my fantasy novel “By His Will“, in six months going from “nothing” to “135 000 words”, I looked back wondering what made me accomplish it. I knew partially it came from taking part in 365k Club, which somewhat forced me to produce words daily, but this challange is not NaNoWriMo: it doesn’t force writers to work on one novel, and…

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Blog Hop: 7/7/7 Challenge

Blog Hop: 7/7/7 Challenge

Back in May, Myk Pilgrim tagged me in a Facebook chain post, challenging me to post 7 lines from the 7th line at page 7 of my WIP. I promptly did so, and after tagging a bunch of my writing friends, I enjoyed having a sneak peak into what they were working on (and I do hope I get to read their finished pieces!). Then I forgot about the challenge, though I still saw the post and tags circulating along…

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Character Fan Art: Kamira

Character Fan Art: Kamira

A week ago I posted on social media a rough sketch of Kamira, a character from my work-in-progress novel, “By His Will”, and a wonderful artist RoChou liked it enought to devote her time to creating her own vision of my grumpy mage. So hop over to her Deviantart site to see how she pictured Kamira and show her some love, because she did a great job. Please note that although the link directs you to the character picture, if…

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