The final Elfbourne is Saria, the optimistic, exuberant one who’s excited to live in a fantasy world. I hope you enjoy her interview. :) Continue reading “Character Interview: Saria Elfbourne”
Sarabrina is the second-oldest of the Elfbournes, and she’s a total bookworm. She’s also super caring, cautious, and rational, and often lives in her head. Enjoy her interview. :) Continue reading “Character Interview: Sarabrina Elfbourne”
Last week I interviewed Leafman, one of two POV characters in my latest Half-Elves rewrite, and this week I’m interviewing his older brother and the other POV character, Elk. He’s been the oldest of his siblings for the past nine years, and he’s a natural leader. He does his best to be a good brother, but he has a tendency to overlook things or only see the surface of his siblings’ issues and fail to support them effectively. Still, he’s super compassionate and protective and loving and I really enjoy writing him. I hope you enjoy his interview. :) Continue reading “Character Interview: Elk Elfbourne”
There’s another edition of Language of Worlds out! This month, I’ll be answering for Rynn.
1. Your character goes on a leisurely stroll. Where to?
She’s probably in the Eckards’ garden. The Eckards have a big garden surrounding their manor, always kept in wonderful shape, and it’s a favorite place for anyone who’s been there. Rynn finds it extremely relaxing. Continue reading “May-June Language of Worlds Link-Up”
Every year, Rosalie Valentine hosts a Flash Fiction Dash, which is a couple of weeks in which authors across the blogosphere (and beyond) write flash fiction based on a prompt assigned by Rosalie, post them on their blogs if they have them, and then Rosalie gathers them all into one glorious wrap-up post at the end. I saw it last year, but thought I couldn’t write anything that short, but this year I decided it would be a good way to get back into short stories in a more gradual and fun way… and I was basically right. The only problem is… with any new short story comes new characters that I have NO IDEA WHAT TO DO WITH beyond the story, so now these characters are rattling around in my brain.
But enough of my yakking. Here’s the prompt I started with: Continue reading “Flash Fiction: Remember”