This post is an open letter in regards to several people within various fanfiction communities who have commented and private messaged me about continuing abandoned stories at Fanfiction.net.
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“They killed my parents. They took my name. They imprisoned me in darkness. I would not be broken.”
Fans have already compared Turbulence to Fast and the Furious meets Gone in 60 Seconds and Underworld. Drift, book two in the Renegades Saga, continues Aviere’s journey with dynamic fast-paced action scenes, heart-stopping thrills and chronicles her unit’s rite-of-passage within Charm City’s corrupted government organizations.
Instead of a blog post today, I’m sharing an informative resource for those who do print and ebook editions of their work.
When we write about certain characters, we elect an emotional response from each reader. Men will react differently to certain situations than women, such as when confronted or in harm’s way. Women react worse in emotional situations, confrontation or when they’ve made a mistake versus the opposite sex.
Therefore, it’s best to consider each character’s reactions, emotions, and stances when electing to use a point of view.
In the next few months, I’ll be starting a blog that covers people with disabilities as an informative hub for hard to find diagnoses, while covering my own in my on-going blog.
One problem new writers have is creating realistic characterization within a character driven plotline.
Earlier last week, I received a phone call that’s put my status for releasing book two on hold until early this summer at the latest.
Before I get to another author interview this week, I'll be posting two separate blog posts tonight. The first is that I have a sale on the ebook version of Turbulence until Friday. This means that it will stay at .99 cents and gradually increase back to the $2.99 price point by Friday. If you've waited for ...