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From Norway to Fantasy Part #4

So! The geography! I had just come off of two years of writing and researching Norse Mythology when I was looking over a map of Norway and Sweden. I was trying to imagine myself in the climate when I stumbled upon a Wikipedia Article entitled “Alfheim (Region)” and not “Alfheim (Mythology).” Alfheim (Old Norse: Álfheimr, […]

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Pacing

Pacing makes or breaks a story. No matter how good the story is, or how well the author rights, if the pacing is off, the story will die. Go too slow and the reader will put down the book and ne’er return. Go too fast and the reader will get frustrated, confused, and feel cheated. […]

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The Magic System

Please pardon our pixels. This page is currently under construction. Check back soon and view the final results. The Magic My two favorite things about Fantasy are the worlds we enter, and the magic we find there. The three branches of Seidr: Internal Seidr – This is the Seidr within. The Seidr that is first […]

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Kallan’s World

There still is magic in this world and I have found it. Below the roots of Yggdrasil, beyond the depths of Under Earth it is there… if only you dare to see. Making Kallan’s World Real Tales of the Drui: Lorlenalin’s Lies was finished at 250,000 words. Because the book was so long, I had […]

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Something Different: Dolor and Shadow

Today, I am shamelessly talking about Dolor and Shadow. But I’m taking an approach I haven’t really done before. I’m directly telling you why Dolor and Shadow is so different than any other high fantasy available today. Everything posted here is an accumulation of reports from beta-readers, reviewers, and readers. Any hard-core fantasy reader will […]

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