Interview with Sunny Patel
Exclusive interview with Sunny Patel – the voice-over artist for The Phoenix Project. Plus excellent tips on becoming a voice actor!
NaNoWriMo 2020 – I must be crazy…
NaNoWriMo 2020 – I must be crazy… With the slow and agonising progress on The Sins of Silas, I have decided to cast it aside for one month to focus on another WIP – The Ballad of Benedict.
Special Abilities in Film and Literature
Now more than ever, readers and viewers want to dive deep into fantasy worlds, and creating a unique reason for special abilities helps them do just that.
A Chronicle of Chaos merchandise is now available!
The official line of merchandise for A Chronicle of Chaos has now been released! T-Shirts, hoodies, tote bags and more available now
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Struggle with small print? Never fear – large print is here!
Large Print versions of A Chronicle of Chaos and The Shield of Soren are now available in large print! You can get copies in paperback or kindle here
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Brandon Sanderson on writing
If there’s one thing I love more than writing, it’s reading Brandon Sanderson. The man’s a genius and this quote more than sums up how I feel when reading his work
5 Ways to Worldbuild Without the Infodump
5 Ways to Worldbuild Without the Infodump https://plottingblog.wordpress.com/2019/01/21/5-ways-to-worldbuild-without-the-infodump/ — Read on plottingblog.wordpress.com/2019/01/21/5-ways-to-worldbuild-without-the-infodump/ A fantastic post on worldbuilding and how to avoid the infamous ‘info dump’
How much wizard power is too much?
How much wizard power is too much? Today, I am featuring a fantastic Arthurian teen and young adult book by Mike Shelton. It is a brand new release and priced at only $3.99 it is too good to miss!
Inspiration for The Phoenix Project
Inspiration for D.M. Cain’s The Phoenix Project – from travel around Europe to concepts of religion and death, find out what inspired DM to write her psychological dystopian thriller
Coalville Writes literary festival
This Saturday I will be at the Pop-Up book fair as part of the Coalville Writes literary festival in Leicestershire (10.30am – 4.30pm) Why not pop along for a look? You can buy signed books, get free goodies and enter competitions