Thanks to the very talented swevven on Fiverr, Daughter Of The Valley has a new cover!
I want to offer my audience a chance to spend some one-on-one time with me where I will give advice and help on crafting your stories.
November is that wonderful time of year where every writer in the world puts their head down, their brains up, and their fingers on the keyboard to draft a 50,000 word novel.
First person POV can be used to great effect to knock down the third wall between audience and narrator/character, but it can also become quite tiresome, overwrought, and, well, boring.
Modern society is exacerbating the problems associated with ADHD with very little allowance for helping us to function within it. More diagnoses mean more awareness and understanding means more systems put in place to help people with ADHD and similar disabilities. Why wouldn’t this be a good thing?
Finally I can share my love with the world! I worked so hard on this book and I want you to enjoy it. Yes, you.
Narration may be the bread and butter of writing (see previous post on narration and description in Show, Don’t Tell), but description is the sprinkles
Ah, the single most oversaturated piece of writing that’s ever been spoke.
When I first stumbled upon The Seven Husbands Of Evelyn Hugo, I thought, “Well, it may be chocked full of heterosexuality, but it has a nice cover.” That’s what usually gets me: nice covers. I don’t know what I was expecting more than a heterosexual starlet with commitment problems, but I got a whole lot more than I could have dreamed of.
If you’re a fan of contemporary, gritty fantasy with werewolves and murder plots, then this book is for you!