Tag: Histoical Fantasy


Magnifica: The Last Enchanter

“I don’t know about this, sister. Are you sure?” “Yes Roselyn, their story needs to be told.” “I doubt many will believe us.” “I know that, but we owe our friends as much. If it wasn’t for them, our world might not exist anymore.” “Ariel … I hope you are right…” “Let’s begin.” Chapter I “Toby, get up! You’re going to be late for … Read More Magnifica: The Last Enchanter

A good view on characterization!

Cassidy and Lloyd differ from most of my other stories because they aren’t part of an ensemble cast. They’re a duet with neither character having a true claim to the main protagonist role. Some chapters have Cassidy doing more than Lloyd and others have her along for the ride. Typically, we have a main hero […] via Partners in Fiction: Writing Duos of the Dynamic … Read More A good view on characterization!


Damnation Sample Chapter

SPOILERS AHEAD IF YOU HAVEN’T READ DIVINITY!!! “The great dragon was thrown down, the old serpent, he who is called the devil and Satan, the deceiver of the whole world. He was thrown down to the earth, and his angels were thrown down with him.” – Revelation 12:9 Book I      Hell Hath No Fury I There was a cold breeze in the air … Read More Damnation Sample Chapter


Divinity Sample Chapter

And Jesus said to them, “If your leaders tell you, ‘look, to the sky, for the kingdom is there,’ then the birds of the sky will be ahead of you. If your leaders say to you, ‘Look to the sea,’ then the fish will be ahead of you. Rather, the Kingdom of Heaven is within you.” – The Gospel of Thomas Book I Before … Read More Divinity Sample Chapter


Chappaquiddick (2017) – Projection

I try to steer clear of movie reviews, especially projections… but as this one comes out of my home state… and given the subject matter, I feel the need to get a few things off my chest about this movie… Per Masslive: “Based on a script by Andrew Loga, the film recounts the 1969 car accident, where U.S. Sen. Edward M. Kennedy drove off … Read More Chappaquiddick (2017) – Projection