Tag Archives: young adult fantasy

Best YA Series Endings Ever

Maybe it’s because we, as readers, become increasingly passionate about our favorite series that we have higher and higher expectations for each book. When you think about it logically, authors like Suzanne Collins and J.K. Rowling must feel like Atlas, … Continue reading

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Free YA Fantasy Ebook: The Society of Imaginary Friends (The Conjurors Series)

If you’re a lover of teen/young adult fantasy, check out the first book in The Conjurors Series for free on Amazon March 14-16. The Society of Imaginary Friends is available on Amazon if you’re interested in checking it out. I … Continue reading

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Announcing My New YA Fantasy Novel: Knights of Light (The Conjurors Series)

I’m not going to try to play it cool – I’m excited to announce that the second book in my young adult fantasy series, The Conjurors, is published. Knights of Light is now available on Amazon. If you want to take Knights of Light … Continue reading

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How to Write a Great Battle Scene

One of the scenes in my novels that I find most intimidating to write is battles. How much action is too much? Or am I making it too simple? The Conjurors is a young adult fantasy series, and I enjoyed … Continue reading

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On Writing 100,000 Words in 100 Days – Sorta

A little over a week ago I became the proud author of the complete first draft of the second book in my young adult fantasy series, The Conjurors. I’d made a pact with myself to write 100,000 words in 100 days, … Continue reading

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Read It and Weep (Literally)

This week I killed off my first character, ever. It was difficult – even though I wasn’t super attached to him, I couldn’t help feeling a little guilty. After all, he was a good guy and under different circumstances maybe … Continue reading

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100,000 Words in 100 Days

Lately I’ve been fighting with myself. There are so many excuses not to write every day – I have a toddler with a virus every other week, a demanding day job, and family and friends that I want to spend … Continue reading

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