Monthly Archives: June 2015

Fantasy Character Interview #21

This series hasn’t had a new post since last year, but today I have an exciting new guest – Rhianna Pendragon, the heroine of Katherine Roberts’ children fantasy (age 9-12) series The Pendragon Legacy. The series includes four novels: # … Continue reading

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Fantasy artists – Laura Diehl

My guest today is Laura Diehl, an American fantasy artist currently living in Germany. Laura illustrates children books. Like many artists, she’s enjoyed drawing since she was very young. She used to paper the walls of her parents’ dining room … Continue reading

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Interview about humor

Audra Middleton interviewed me on her website. We talked about humor in fiction, and specifically in my collection of short urban fantasy stories Squirrel of Magic.  

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Motivation – why they do it

Coming up with serious goals for your heroes is not enough to make a story shine. You have to know the characters’ motivation – the stakes. Why do they need to reach their goals? What is at stake for them? … Continue reading

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My percentage sucks

A post for the Insecure Writer’s Support Group I have just started a new series on my blog – interviews with fantasy artists. I contacted a few artists but so far got only two reply. Two artists out of four … Continue reading

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