Characters of Ashes

I am an artist, so it makes sense that people would be asking me to draw my characters. When writing, I do grab images online that look like my characters and add them to my character profiles.  In this case, I never did find one for Dr. Norrel at all … until now! So I finally did draw them! It took me forever to find my doctor, but when I did I was surprised I hadn’t thought of this...

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3 Priceless Writing Tips from Lesley Livingston

Comic Con Toronto, as all other Comic Cons and Fan Expos, is known for characters walking about in amazing costumes, comic book artists and sellers of collectibles. And then there are guys like me! With our books. While at Toronto’s coolest pre-spring event I enjoyed all of the above, as well as getting to know other authors. I had the pleasure of listening to a panel with Amber Benson, an...

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An Interesting Thing About Book Reviews

If you have bought books online, then you have likely sought the reviews to help you decide to purchase, specially if it’s a book by an Indie author. I have read them. Until now, I considered reviews according to the language and position of the reviewers. Book Reviewers … categorized according to me I try to take the comments on books into the perspective of who the reviewer is according...

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On the Edge of the Abyss

When is it time to hold on or let go? I had a dream that left me thinking this Sunday morning. A man was climbing a cliff face. He was free soloing. That means he was climbing without the protection of ropes and he was not climbing a cliff that over looked a beautiful ocean that could break his fall. He liked it that way. He was climbing with a group of people who had climbed ahead of him and...

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Advice I Would Give My Young Self

I was watching a new sci-fi show the other evening. An interesting character took the opportunity to send a message back in time to his young self. It made me wonder. What kind of message would I send myself? When I was in my teens and early twenties I was freaking brilliant! At least I thought so. In spite of being disappointed in the world, I thought I had most of it all figured out, until I...

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