My Experience in Publishing So Far

Back in early 2011 I sat down and wrote my first book. It was called A KNIGHT’S DUTY and it was to be part of THE RIGHT OF SUCCESSION trilogy, followed up by A PRINCE’S HONOUR, and A KING’S RIGHT. I had the entire trilogy planned out and by late 2011 I had the first … Read moreMy Experience in Publishing So Far

Chewbacca is the Real Hero of Star Wars The Force Awakens

This post will contain spoilers for Star Wars Episode 7 The Force Awakens (TFA). By now we’ve probably all seen some of these memes going about. Here’s one below… right in the feels. It got me thinking and I’m thinking this: Chewbacca is the real hero. That big Wookiee badass is everywhere in TFA. He … Read moreChewbacca is the Real Hero of Star Wars The Force Awakens

Writerly Problems: One WIP is Never Enough

Now I like to think I work fairly quickly. I’ve written roughly 2 and a half books this year, 2 of which are on their way soon, and 1 which may never see the light of day if I can’t figure out what to do with it. I’m not a patch on the likes of … Read moreWriterly Problems: One WIP is Never Enough

Waging in on Star Wars – Rey’s Parentage

Having now seen Star Wars The Force Awakens twice, I feel comfortable enough to wage into the internet discussion. This will not be a review. I loved the film and felt it was a true Star Wars film, and I don’t feel the need to review it. Instead I’m going to post a few of … Read moreWaging in on Star Wars – Rey’s Parentage

Review Blog: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

Yup, that’s right. This here blog post is a review of a computer game. That being said, my review focuses more on the story being told than the game being played. So last night I FINALLY finished The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. Why do I say this like it’s an achievement? Because it is. This … Read moreReview Blog: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

Review Blog: Seth Skorkowsky’s Sea of Quills

One line review: Hello old friend, chase, sexy time, YARR!, sexy time, homicidal cephalopods, bounty hunter, homicidal anguilliformes, cylons, gruesome death, bounty hunter, not so captured after all. In the same vein as the first in the series, Mountain of Daggers, this book is a collection of short tales all revolving around the central character … Read moreReview Blog: Seth Skorkowsky’s Sea of Quills

Modern Epic Fantasy – The (Super) Hero’s Journey

I was playing Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) a while back and our Games Master (GM) looked up from his book and sighed at us. He pointed out that playing D&D basically puts the players in the shoes of super heroes in a fantasy setting. We were monstrous and taking down monsters and he (the GM) … Read moreModern Epic Fantasy – The (Super) Hero’s Journey

Review Post: Seth Skorkowsky’s Mountain of Daggers

One Line Review: Medallion ex machina, training, sneaky sneaky, big bad, sexy time, duel… sort of, getting to know you, return of the big bad, melancholia, sexy time, REALLY NOT SEXY TIME, cliffhanger. So I raced through this one which should give you all a good idea of how much I enjoyed it. Seth writes … Read moreReview Post: Seth Skorkowsky’s Mountain of Daggers

Review Blog: The Legend of Korra

With the internet as full of negativity as it is I thought I’d break my own mould (yes, I have been known to be negative) and write a review about something I love. It also just so happens that I finished watching the Legend of Korra last night. Spoiler alert: I loved it. I’ll try … Read moreReview Blog: The Legend of Korra

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