When I first started seriously writing, I found myself getting involved in the Twitter writing community, which in turn led to my learning about Assaph Mehr, his incredible world of Egretia (historical urban fantasy murder mysteries!) and character interviews at The Protagonist Speaks.
It became my goal/dream/hope that someday one of my characters would be interviewed – a dream that has now come true!
Hop on over to The Protagonist Speaks and check out Caelynn’s interview here.
While you’re at it, check out Egretia.com for some excellent stories of murder, magic, and togas!
This week (January 14-18, 2019) Thomas Shelton: Hero is FREE on Amazon!
From the time he was a little boy, all Thomas wanted was to follow his family legacy of being a guardian. Life had other plans.
A quick read that provides a glimpse at the origins of one of the most powerful people on Thelios.
She never intended to let herself get attached to anyone. It wasn’t that she was cold or aloof — she enjoyed socializing and counted a number of her associates as friends. But deep attachments to other people were, quite simply, impractical. Arete had no desire to pass on her bloodline or heritage. She had no desire to reproduce, no mothering instinct demanding to be fulfilled. She was content to let her legacy be one of deeds and achievements. She was happy to fully devote her life to her duty. She credited that devotion to duty for leading to this moment. Continue reading →
There was a slight chill in the nighttime air as the two teens walked out the doors of Lyceum Arion and began to run along one of the illuminated paths. As they rounded the corner by the Tower of Water, though, they left the path and quickly sprinted between darkened gardens and exercise fields towards the high stone walls that enclosed the training areas. Continue reading →
Laughter rung on the early evening air. Two boys faced off against one another, and a bright blue balloon drifted on the air between them. A light blue glow formed around Rett’s hand and a sudden breeze sent the balloon dancing across the field towards a basket Ken was guarding. Reacting on instinct, Ken raised both hands and a jet of water shot from the ground, knocking the balloon away from the goal. Continue reading →