A sneak peek writing sample from Antiquity’s Gate: Three Days Till Dawn!
I wasn’t quite sure how to go about transferring the vision I had for Antiquity’s Gate onto a cover that would do it justice. After all, I’ve poured my soul into these stories, shouldn’t the covers reflect the same kind of love?
I see a lot of people trying to justify their own reasoning on Traditional Vs Indie publishing. I want to share why I’m making the choices I’m making on my journey, and maybe they’ll help someone else on their own path!
If you write, you know there are a few basic kinds of writers. The kind who plot everything out, and the kind who fly by the seat of their pants. For the longest time, I was the latter.
Felix is a fictional character from Antiquity’s Gate. He is a major player, and someone with whom, should you read the book, you will become closely acquainted. He is a fun-loving, joke-cracking, fiercely loyal Halfsie.
Hold up. What’s a Halfsie?
It was raining, that first day at the library. Sheets of water poured down the long panes of glass, obscuring my view of the swollen river just beyond the parking lot.