Holidays bring out the memories. This is one of my favorites and illustrates why I love the holiday season.
Monthly Archives: December 2018
Bringing Darlings Back to Life
I wrote a scene for Heartsong that I absolutely loved. It was the sort of thing that I finished typing it up, sat back and read it, and wondered how the heck I managed to channel a “real” author long enough to get this scene out. Continue reading
Biedrekka: Legends and Facts of Basilisks
In Songs of Tarros: Heartsong, the beidrekka is a lethally venomous lizard in the world of Thelios and the moniker adopted by a notorious hacker. When coming up the idea of this futuristic terror (the lizard – not the hacker), I looked to the past and the tales of basilisks. Continue reading
Where the Magic Happens
There was a recent uproar in Twitter when someone called J.K. Rowling pretentious for having a writing room – aka: an office. A lot of writers responded – some with their dreams of being able to have a writing room some day, some with describing their own offices. So I thought I’d show you the birthplace of Thelios.
Brace yourselves for the awesome… Continue reading
Grampa sits at the window, gazing out at the stars. He’s not looking forward, to where we’re going, but rather he’s looking back: back to the home he left as a child; back to sunlight and rain; back to real grass and flowers you could actually touch and smell. Even if the Thelian Dawn finds a new planet to colonize, he knows it won’t be in his lifetime, so he holds tightly to his memories of Earth. He gets especially nostalgic this time of year in what he calls the “Holiday Season.” Continue reading