Much like Milo, I was wasting time. And like Milo, I found my boredom transformed into a moment of clarity.
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It's Monday, and I think we could all use a brain vacation from whatever reality we inhabit.
Edmund's actions nearly destroyed all hope in Narnia. That's some heavy stuff for a kid's book.
Arva built her birds with fading dreams.
One important lesson I have learned is the necessity of valuing your own work.
I want to reach into the beating heart of humanity and find that I have a place. I want to know that when I slip from this world, even though my name will vanish and my memory disappear, that something of my existence was good and worthwhile.
I may write of unicorns and werewolves and wizards, but in the end, I am writing about myself and about us all as best I can.
Not going into exile, but my YA fantasy novel Exile. You can find my book at a variety of sellers by following this link books2read.com/exilebook . A physical copy will be available in the near future for people like me who prefer the aroma and feel of a "real" book. If you're curious about what …
I know this is a lot to take in, what with me posting twice in one week, but I would like to direct your attention to an interview I did about my novel, Exile. The interview is up at Authors 4 Authors' blog, so feel free to drop on by and read it. I've also …
I have my official cover to share with you all. So, without further ado, I present the cover for Exile.