Character Glossary, Merged Worlds, The Heart of a Shadow, writing

Anubis

Full name: Anubis Also Known As: Soulcatcher, God of the Dead Pronunciation: Ah-noo-biss Species: God (Egyptian pantheon) Physical Features: Charcoal skinHazel eyesLong, black hairJackal’s ears, legs and tail (black furred)Can also transform his head from a human to a jackal’s Scent: Unknown Of Note: Son of Osiris and Nephthys, half brother to Horus Author’s Note:Anubis… Continue reading Anubis

Character Glossary, Merged Worlds, The Heart of a Shadow, writing

Apep/Apophis

Full name: Apep, also known as Apophis Pronunciation: Ah-pep, or Ah-poff-iss Species: Demon serpent Physical Features: Snakelike, with grey scales that look like pieces of shale. Silver eyes, long fangs, very, very large. Scent: Unknown Author’s Note: There are many Ancient Egyptian myths and religious texts containing mention of Apophis (or Apep) the Great Serpent.… Continue reading Apep/Apophis

Rambling, writing

The Curse of the Naked Man Chest

Recently, I was email chatting with someone who is far more successful an author than I currently am. We got to talking about my covers and the comment I received was: “While they’re far from bad I do think it’s an area you might need to make improvements in. Take a look at the covers… Continue reading The Curse of the Naked Man Chest

Rambling, writing

Release Day – A Perfectly Paranormal Valentine

It’s here! Getting an anthology together is all about teamwork and its been so much fun to be part of this particular team. Georgia, Leisl, Marnie and Helen are fantastic women and it’s been a joy to chat over zoom (I mean, hold a meeting) and co-ordinate our efforts to bring this book to joyous… Continue reading Release Day – A Perfectly Paranormal Valentine

Rambling, writing

Spicing Things Up

I like a challenge. Particularly one that will help me hone my skills as an author, and force me to try things I might not otherwise consider. For me, the biggest challenge I face in my writing is length. (Heh, heh.) Keeping a novel under 150,000 words is a constant mix of tiptoeing, editing and… Continue reading Spicing Things Up

Character Glossary, Sorcery and Sandstorms, Sorcery and Stardust, The Weaver’s War, writing

Lesce

Full name: Lesce Ellynaeven Pronunciation: Lesk Age: 65 Height: 5’4” Physical Features: Plum hair and eyes Smells like: Aniseed humbugs Birthday: 22nd of April Hails From: Sorcen Favourite Food: Chicken salad Favourite Drink: Cranberry juice Of Note: - Class One Healing sorceress. - Sorcen's Healing Elder - Younger sister to Flare and Arcana - Married… Continue reading Lesce

Character Glossary, Sorcery and Sandstorms, The Weaver’s War, writing

Zaire

Full name: Zaire Rexallis DuGronde Pronunciation: Zye-ear Age: 64 Height: 6' 6" Physical Features: Pale skin with a dusting of glacier blue near the temples. Long blue black hair, indigo eyes. Smells Like: Impending rain with a faint metallic edge Birthday: 15th of February Hails From: Rylle Favourite Food: Lemon Gelati Favourite Drink: Iced Coffee… Continue reading Zaire

Character Glossary, Sorcery and Sandstorms, Sorcery and Stardust, The Weaver’s War, writing

Flare

Full name: Flare Veritax Pronunciation: Flair Age: 75 Height: 5' 11" Physical Features: Bronze skin, carnelian eyes, flame orange hair. Smells Like: Toasted Marshmallows Birthday: 20th of November Hails From: Sorcen Favourite Food: Tacos Favourite Drink: Firewhiskey Of Note:- Class One Fire Sorcerer- Claims the titles of First Flame (commander of Sorcen's military) in Sorcery… Continue reading Flare

Sorcery and Sandstorms, The Weaver’s War, writing

Sorcery and Sandstorms Release Day

It’s here! At last! Hooray! This book has run the rollercoaster of emotions. There has been laughter. Tears. Rage. Love. But it’s here now, for you to enjoy! If you want to pick up a digital copy, this is the place to go. For those who had hard copies already on order, you’ll be hearing… Continue reading Sorcery and Sandstorms Release Day

Rambling, Sorcery and Sandstorms, The Weaver’s War, writing

Chilling with Renee Dahlia

Today, I’m over on Renee Dahlia’s blog doing a fun little interview about the birth of Sorcery and Sandstorms, what makes me tick, and why ice cream should never go in a piñata. Hanging out with cool author peeps (virtually and in person) is an amazing side effect of being an author and one that,… Continue reading Chilling with Renee Dahlia