Mid-Month News!

Welcome! Adventure Seekers News:Hey Community! I hope your April is going well. How is spring (for us in the northern hemisphere)? And fall (for those in the southern hemisphere)? Alright, here’s the news: The Original will be on sale for .99cents on Amazon until the end of the month, so grab your copy now! And pass thisContinue reading “Mid-Month News!”

Twilight’s Curse: Behind the Scenes -Zoe

Zoe was a character I loved writing. She had such depth and pain but also incredible strength. She was in a way a real hero because she faced her fears and came out stronger. I think this is the reality for all of us when fear comes knocking in our lives. There’s the tap atContinue reading “Twilight’s Curse: Behind the Scenes -Zoe”

Twilight’s Curse: Behind the Scenes -Nix

Prince Phoenix or Nix witnessed the murders of his parents and he has no desire to take the crown, and is challenged to accept the role as the only means to save the Twilight Realm. Will he step up? Or step away? You’ll have to read to find out. Nix’s character grew up in obscurityContinue reading “Twilight’s Curse: Behind the Scenes -Nix”

Twilight’s Curse: Behind the Scenes -Royal Advisor Nate

Every good fantasy book isn’t complete without the mentor! In Twilight’s Curse, Nate, Royal Advisor to the king, has held this role for as long as… well you won’t quite know until you’ve read all three books in the series and I’m not planning to tell you. Not yet, anyway. Nate first comes on toContinue reading “Twilight’s Curse: Behind the Scenes -Royal Advisor Nate”

Twilight’s Curse: Behind the Scenes -the brownies

Imagine if such creatures existed who could enter your home, clean your house, prepare your meals and not ask for a thing in return. Do such creatures exist? They do in fantasy! The brownies are creatures of myth and fantasy. They are secretive and seldom reveal themselves to humans, but you always know they’ve beenContinue reading “Twilight’s Curse: Behind the Scenes -the brownies”

Feedback: Working with Editors

Every writer, at some point, needs to work with an editor. And any experienced author knows the importance of doing this before publishing their book. While not all my experiences with editors has been good, I have been fortunate to find some pretty amazing people who care about my work and my voice as anContinue reading “Feedback: Working with Editors”