Tag: Silkfoot

Who Should I Be Today?

Who Should I Be Today?

This is something of a call-back to the first prompt I ever wrote (which starts with the same line). I thought it would make an interesting juxtaposition since Cazella and Silkfoot achieve basically the same thing via two drastically different methods. Cazella makes herself into the person she thinks others want her to be by …

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Like a Ghost

Like a Ghost

It’s been awhile since we heard from Silkfoot. I thought we should fix that. . . . Thomas Valladon knew something was off the moment he opened the door. It was a stormy night, the rain so heavy it bounced several inches off every surface it collided with. Thunder rumbled in the distance, threatening to …

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Summer Fun 2017

Summer Fun 2017

Hello everyone! The Island of Lost Forevers Paperback blog tour is still on, so please check it out. Monday, July 24th I’ll be hosted by Zachary Chopchinski, author of The Curious Tale of Gabrielle Tuesday July 25th I’ll be hosted by Eben Mishkin, author of The Hidden and the Maiden Wednesday July 26th, I’ll be …

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Inside the Mind of Pirate

Inside the Mind of Pirate

It’s been awhile since I did one of these. Awhile back I talked about questions that will better help you connect with your characters. I then answered those questions with several of my characters (Domerin, Catilen, and Zita). I always meant to do more of these and I thought it might be fun to get …

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Farewell 2016

Farewell 2016

Part of me can’t believe it’s time to write my Christmas Hiatus post already; the part of me that’s still back in February, fresh back from watching Deadpool, before the year got super crazy. The rest of me is ready to get off the wild ride that 2016 has been and is hoping that next …

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Truth is a Variable State

Truth is a Variable State

I enjoy taking the time to introduce my worlds and characters here. It inevitably reminds me of characters I haven’t been paying enough attention to. So I’m pleased to mention one of my most amusing and entertaining characters; Silkfoot. It may seem like he often slips through the cracks, but it’s more that he likes …

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A Modern Fantasy Setting

A Modern Fantasy Setting

I’ve always been intrigued by the idea of a fantasy world that made it to modern times. Not quite the same as urban fantasy, which tends to be our world with magical elements tossed in. More like a high fantasy world whose ancient empires never fell. A world where it makes sense for a warrior …

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