If you read Casabree’s interview from two weeks ago, you’ve already heard of Era. She’s Casabree’s adoptive mother, the town apothecary in Laemar (the capital city of Mandoria), she’s strangely empathetic, and she almost always has a bit of wisdom for Coraline. Also, she’s the only person around who’s not the tiniest bit scared of Ammadeus. Enjoy her interview! Continue reading “Character Interview: Era Selene”
Casabree is a stablehand in the castle, working under Gabel’s supervision, and the daughter of the capital’s empath healer, Era Selene. She’s a friend of Coraline’s, and she’s rather a tease when it comes to Coraline’s relationships with guys. Enjoy her interview! Continue reading “Character Interview: Casabree Selene”
This week’s theme is… anything! One of the suggestions was a playlist, which I thought would be fun, but my trilogy playlist is 10 1/2 hours long. So I pulled out the songs that fit The King’s Paladin, specifically, to share with you. The shortened playlist is still 3 hours, but a lot of that is instrumental, and I’ll only be sharing the lyrical songs here, along with brief descriptions of how I think they fit. Without further ado, the music! Continue reading “The Shared WIP Tag – Week 5: Bonus Party!”
So y’all, I totally intended to finish Preptober Prompts, but I just could not get all of the flash fictions done in time. Still, if you participated in Preptober Prompts I’d love to hear what you thought of it! Is it worth bringing back next year?
This month I’ll be participating in Julian Daventry’s Shared WIP Tag, which is all about NaNoWriMo projects. Each Friday I’ll get to answer a bunch of questions about my NaNoWriMo project, and I’ll link to the other participants’ posts at the end. :) Continue reading “The Shared WIP Tag – Week 1: General Questions”
I’m doing something a little bit different with this post and interview two characters together, because their characters lend themselves well to that and I think it’ll be fun. Wren and Juniper (June) are twins, expert swordplayers, and pretty much polar opposites when it comes to personality. They’re rarely seen apart, mostly because June is overprotective. I hope you enjoy their interview. :) Continue reading “Character Interview: Wren & June Lorne”