Hello everyone! It’s been a chaotic week but thankfully I was able to get the book fully edited! I wanted to make sure I had time to comb through the book for consistency. This felt necessary, especially with sequels as its easy to miss the little details. Currently the final step is just making sure … Continue reading Update: Book fully edited!
Hello!I wanted to take the time to give an update on what’s going on with me and how things with The Legend of Nariko: The Goddess Prophecy are going as well as how things have been progressing. These past couple of months have been more taxing than I initially expected to be honest. I hadn’t … Continue reading Update: Publishing Timeline and my Mental Health
Continuing down Rick Riordan's The Heroes of Olympus series, The Mark of Athena adds an interesting, though somewhat messy, continuation of the series. Having seven major characters in a story is a difficult task, one I’ve studied and tried to work towards as well. Riordan does a good job in some cases, however its hard … Continue reading Book Review: The Heroes of Olympus #3 – The Mark of Athena by Rick Riordan
I’ve come across an interesting realization as I work towards a more focused and productive lifestyle. I was hoping to have my book and my current art project completed by the end of October. The recent events have really destroyed my motivation and discipline. For the past few months I’ve been in a rut that’s … Continue reading Scheduling the day according to Energy
Continuing the Heroes of Olympus series by Rick Riordan, I expected more of the same as The Lost Hero. I was pleasantly surprised to find that Riordan broke away from his typical formula and created a trio that were all equally magnificent. Exploring more Roman archetypes and their pantheon, I was happy to see the … Continue reading Book Review: The Heroes of Olympus #2 – The Son of Neptune by Rick Riordan
It’s been a rough couple of months with very little reading so I thought I’d dive back into Rick Riordan’s world with The Heroes of Olympus – The Lost Hero. As expected, his work is wonderfully interwoven with mythology and makes for a fun and character focused adventure. But its hard to ignore certain imperfections … Continue reading Book Review: The Heroes of Olympus #1 – The Lost Hero by Rick Riordan
Truth be told though, I’m not sure what normal is anymore. Hello everyone, I was hoping that my time off to re-evaluate things would lead to more fruitful self discoveries. In a sense, it has helped me to recognize some things in life that I may have taken for granted. One of those things being … Continue reading Trying to return back to normal.
Hi Everyone, Unfortunately, the past few weeks have not been so great. My mind has been a bit all over the place, trying to deal with everything all at once. I’ve barely been able to focus on writing and I haven’t been able to draw for the past two weeks. It’s been a strange couple … Continue reading Unfortunate events and delays
Avatar, The Last Airbender had always been, in my opinion, one of the pinnacles of writing for all ages. It was a story originally made for children but carried a deeper message that could apply to anyone. But what felt critical to its success was the focus on fully realized characters that all contribute to the … Continue reading Book Review: The Shadow of Kyoshi by F.C. Yee
Hi everyone! It’s been pretty tricky, but I’m happy to say that The Legend of Nariko: The Goddess Prophecy (book 2 of The Legend of Nariko series) is now fully edited. However, an idea came to me, a significant change in the ending for Book 2 but still maintaining the story of the series to remain the … Continue reading Good news, bad news and an opportunity