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Let’s talk about “King Thrushbeard,” shall we? This Grimm fairy tale is lesser-known than “Snow White” or “Little Red Riding Hood.” However, it has multiple… Read More »King Thrushbeard: A ranty-pants analysis
This is the final post of Author Notes for THE HEIR AND THE SPARE. Herein I disclose some of my thought process in choosing characters’… Read More »Hobbies and Pastimes | H&S Author Notes, Part 4
This third of four posts about THE HEIR AND THE SPARE examines the antagonist of the novel, Lisenn of Wessett. SPOILER ALERT, especially for this… Read More »Lisenn of Wessett | H&S Author Notes, Part 3
This is the second in a four-part blog series about THE HEIR AND THE SPARE. This post examines our hero (…?), Jaoven of Capria. As… Read More »Jaoven of Capria | H&S Author Notes, Part 2
Well, it’s been a year and some change, with 1000+ ratings on Amazon. I guess I’m ready to talk about THE HEIR AND THE SPARE.… Read More »Iona of Wessett | H&S Author Notes, Part 1
One of the frequent queries I get from readers, including for novels that bear every hallmark of a stand-alone, is “Will there be a sequel?”… Read More »Stand-alone or sequel-worthy? Ain’t that the question