‘He who fights with monsters should look to it that he himself does not become a monster. And if you gaze long into an abyss, the abyss also gazes into […]
I’ve been doing reviews for as long as I can remember with some getting good traction and others slipping under the radar. With God Of War releasing this week I […]
From tomorrow, 9th July for five days,you will be able to download a Kindle copy of my novel for free. This is the one referred to earlier, when I said Writing a novel wasn’t hard. I’d imagine after reading some of you might say, it is hard. You can find it on the Amazon marketplace. Here is the prologue to get you in the mood.
I started writing for this website because I had the writing itch. All through my education and early working life, I was trained to produce content at a steady rate, although I hated it at the time, it keeps me sane. I never thought I would discover the science behind website writing and how intricate and addictive it can be. In this writing piece let’s look at some tips and mistakes that I have found on my studies.
Reading my first multi-book fantasy series taught me a lot. It changed the way I read and the way I write. There were many struggles, but in the end a book series and the experiences you gain reading one change you fundamentally. Nothing is the same after you finish and for me that was a good thing.
I always had this desire to read a book version of a decade long siege like we hear off in the appendices of Lord of The Rings. I want to read about the siege that forced Sauron to come down to battle the last alliance. I don’t want it to be a footnote.