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He taught Ancient-Medieval History for years, but the line between this world and others has always been thin; the far reaches of fantasy, like the distant past, still bring him face to face with people like us, who have choices to make. Any stick or vaguely-stick-like object became a sword in his hands, to the great dismay of his five sisters.
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Everyone survived, in part by virtue of a rule forbidding him from handling umbrellas, ski poles, curtain rods and more. Will has written about the Lands of Hope since his college days which by now are also part of ancient history. You can find a free Compendium of information about the Lands, including maps of the Lands, on his website at www.
Website: Will Hahn is the chronicler of the Lands of Hope tales. Follow them on Facebook. The novel deals with some heartfelt issues, and I was especially interested in asking Emerald about that. Join me in welcoming Emerald Barnes! Silverberry: You drew a lot on your own experience in writing Entertaining Angels.
Would you be willing to share some of them? I was picked on for being overweight. So, I pulled from it and used it as inner thoughts and feelings for her. My best friends were skinner than I was in high school, and it was always so hard to see the guys want them and never want me, especially when it was someone I had a crush on. I loved my best friends, but they never really understood what I was feeling.
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I used every bit of those feelings and directed them towards Madison. There is so much more to beauty than being a size 0 and tan. I want them to embrace themselves and love themselves. I wondered if writing the book provided something like that for you, a healing or catharsis. Barnes: It did. Entertaining Angels was a way for me to heal as much as it was for me to bare my soul. I needed it to be scary because people need to see how dangerous it is to hate yourself. I drew a lot from real life experiences. Barnes: Madison yearns for a normal life. She wants to be loved more than anything else in her life.
Silverberry: Your titles are always so intriguing. Where did this one come from? Barnes: Thank you! Most of them are always so hard for me to think of!
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Silverberry: That biblical connection is absolutely beautiful. What did you learn from writing this particular book that might help other writers? People have told me that they could relate to Mads because they went through the same thing. I just urge writers not to be scared to write something they want to write because it hurts. Hurting is probably one of the strongest motivators there is to help you share your story. Thanks so much for stopping by, Emerald!
Readers can learn more about you and purchase Entertaining Angels with the links below! All she sees is a big, fat nobody. Along comes Zach, the new guy in school. She somehow catches his eye, and he makes her feel beautiful for once. Even as Madison begins to realize that she is more than what she thinks, darker forces are at work, darker than the lies and mocking from her peers, stopping her from amounting to her full potential. Can Madison find true happiness in her own skin? Emerald Barnes graduated with a B.
She resides in a small town in Mississippi and has the accent to prove it. She is a crazy grammar nazi who also proofreads novels!
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God is number one in her life, and she thanks Him continuously for His love and favor. Lynette stopped by to talk about writing her fantasy novel, The Enemy Within. I grew up in Central Montana and as such I had a lot of time to read books. Fantasy was my new love. An English teacher in high school was the first person to tell me I had a gift for writing.
Three decades came and went before I seriously considered writing.
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Though I primarily write fantasy, I have dabbled in fiction, historical fiction, science fiction, short plays, and have even written lyrics for a song. I have two sons who are very active in the world of Professional BBQ.
They are both married and I have been blessed with three beautiful granddaughters. Funny story about that. The characters, world, and concept behind The Enemy Within are the result of my years as a gamer. A few years ago I decided to retire my world and the characters from active gaming. It was a natural transition from the gaming table to the published novel. The story behind the Destiny Series was never a part of the game, but the readers will pick out the common threads.
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What he struggles with is what form of justice. Does he exact swift street justice to rid himself of the problem, or the slower legal justice for the sake of all the innocent victims. As the death toll rises, and the threat against the Twin Cities becomes more dangerous, Shadoe realizes justice is no longer his concern. Somehow, he must survive long enough to save the cities from complete destruction.
The Enemy Within is a fast-paced story. As Shadoe unravels a conspiracy so dark that it threatens to destroy the very fabric of his world, he fights with his own demons. When he can no longer trust the people around him, he turns to those who are the most loyal to him. If you are looking for a story with clear-cut heroes and villains this is not the story for you. This is a story about human nature and how justification of actions are easier in the gray zone. Illusion plays a big part in this story as the main characters carefully build two sides of their lives. One the world sees, and one that remains hidden in the shadows.
Readers who like quick twists to the story will enjoy this series. Just when you think you have the story figured out I promise everything will take an abrupt turn. Fantasy readers are unique in that they want to be drawn into another world and enjoy every facet of it. They want to experience the world through the eyes of the characters. As authors we need to provide that experience or our books will end up as doorstops.
Without question Tracy Hickman and Margret Weiss. First I formulate a basic storyline, decide on the theme, and then create the characters. Once I have the basic bone structure I go from there by creating through lines, the sub stories, etc.