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The Two Swords Book 3

Blood Talk: Creating New Worlds

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Blood Talk: Creating New Worlds

We needn't paint obtuse colors of expression on our character's faces all the time (I was a fan of this when I first started writing), their dialogue and small mannerisms can help paint a picture that can, with every little nuance, create a greater, more believable world.

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I Realize I Never Did A Cover-Reveal On My Own Blog

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I Realize I Never Did A Cover-Reveal On My Own Blog

He captured all the nuances of each book beautifully, and his attention to detail to character is astounding. I'm extremely happy with them.

Just so no one's confused, however, I will say that these books follow a group of characters, as such there are scene dividers and threads of everyone's story as the series progresses.

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Finished The Two Swords

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Finished The Two Swords

I should put something here about reveling in ones accomplishments, that the greatest thing is to do what one said they were going to do, but fuck it (ha!), I'm astounded and proud of myself like one wouldn't believe and that's more than enough for me right now. (Also I'm extraordinarily tired.)

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For the Love of...

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For the Love of...

If one day, perhaps, I'm walking down the street and just one person comes up to me, book in hand, eager for a signature, or to pick my brain about the story, I will know I have made it in my career. Aside from the conventions, the bookstore book signings, the (hopeful) cosplays of characters in my books, I will know I've made a difference by being myself, doing what I've always felt is best, and doing the hard work I know is necessary to reach all of my goals.

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Personal Power + Work

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Personal Power + Work

It'll be a busy day for me, for sure, but I'm keeping my head on my shoulders, and instead of crippling under the weight of the stress looming over my head, I'm strapping on my 'let's get to it' boots and doin' it! 

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