Hello everyone! I've created a new book cover for the 4th edition of The Legend of Nariko: The Mark of Silverfrost. I wanted to create a new edition after learning a lot about formatting chapters, fonts and page lengths from the books I've read and reviewed. I started looking back at the "What Writers can … Continue reading New Book Cover!
Hello everyone! Just wanted to give a quick update and explanation for a short hiatus. This month I've got three weddings to attend and a trip planned and as a result, I don't think I can give proper book reviews that aren't rushed. As a result, for the month of September I will be taking … Continue reading Update and Brief Hiatus
Ever since I was a kid, Avatar The Last Airbender had been one of my favorite tv shows and series of all time. The storytelling started off slow but had become one of the most impactful stories I had ever experienced. Each of the characters were special in their own right and seeing them grow … Continue reading Book Review: The Rise of Kyoshi by F.C. Yee
Having loved how Shadow of the Fox by Julie Kagawa, I picked up the sequel with no hesitation at all. I’m a sucker for anything involving mythology and YA fantasy, especially a story with characters as lovable as Yumeko and Tatsumi. Diving into Kagawa’s crafted world once more, I enjoyed the heart pounding journey of … Continue reading Book Review: Soul of the Sword (Shadow of the Fox #2) by Julie Kagawa
In my efforts to become a better artist and writer, I drew my character once more. Asandra is such a vital character to the entirety of my series that I felt the need to draw her correctly. I have been far too distracted from my goals and I want to slowly get back into improving … Continue reading Character Art: Asandra The Bloodfire V2
A story referencing meddlesome Gods and deep fantasy elements, I picked up Dark Shores by Danielle L. Jensen with excitement. While it isn’t exactly what I expected I did enjoy it for what it was, a story of ultimatums and tough choices with interesting characters and a fascinating world. Character Development 10/10 There’s a great … Continue reading Book Review: Dark Shores by Danielle L. Jensen
I have always been a fan of mythology. Mythological tales of gods and demons, of magical swords and artifacts, these are all wonderful parts of history that peek my interest. When I read the book blurb for Shadow of The Fox, I was instantly hooked. I’m happy to say it was a fun and mythical … Continue reading Book Review: Shadow of the Fox by Julie Kagawa