Hello everyone! I though I would expand on the part of my reviews where I talk about what writer’s can learn from the book. There’s often so much that I want to say in these small parts but it would risk derailing the entire review. Hope you enjoy it! ** Spoiler Warnings! ** Percy Jackson … Continue reading Author Musings #1: The Hero Villain Dynamic
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!
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
This is a very strange article to write, but in a way it feels inevitable. It’s impossible to like each and every story you come across as a reviewer. However there are certain principles in stories that make for good storytelling. Even these can be rather subjective but to ignore this feels pretty disingenuous. I … Continue reading Fire by Kristin Cashore, my first DNF
With this art project I took some time to try out painting with greyscale as opposed to what I normally do with colors. At first it was incredibly difficult to get a hang of but eventually it became incredibly comfortable, a lot tidier, and so much easier to manage. I highly recommend any and all … Continue reading Character Art: Thunder
As part of my goals for 2019, I want to advance my skills as a digital artist. One of the best ways to improve is to always the parts most weakest. For myself, I find that my weakness is that I'm always putting off my art projects rather than finishing them. Each month I want … Continue reading Character Art : Asandra The Bloodfire
For the longest time I had heard so much about the magic of Neil Gaiman’s writing yet I had never read his work. I had first been exposed to it when I saw the movie Coraline and the marvelous oddity of it all enraptured me. When I started taking my own writing more seriously, I … Continue reading Book Review : Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman