About the Author Angela B. Chrysler is a writer, logician, and die-hard nerd who studies philosophy, theology, historical linguistics, music composition, and medieval European history in New York with a dry sense of humor and an unusual sense of sarcasm. In 2009, after completing two courses from Long Ridge Writer’s Group, her articles appeared in […]
Yes! Now and then I need to blurt! Unorthodox random blurts that have nothing whatsoever to do with writing or publishing or Kallan. A place where I can drop my professionalism (only a little) and show you what I am like when I’m not worried about propriety. So here it is. My blog. My random […]
At this time, Dolor and Shadow sits in the hands of Agent X, who grips his latte, pouring over each word as he eyes my manuscript for dangling modifiers, misplaced commas, and random off-set humor. Is this it? He wonders. Is this the one I’ve been looking for? We shall see…
I live in the mountains of New York State where the closest store requires a drive through the breathtaking Autumn displays of New England. We have maple festivals in the spring and apple fests in the fall and cruel winters as cold as Norway that follow our sweltering, humid summers. I love New York! I […]
“I love this city…and its people. And I know this,” Kallan said, “but through all the blood and the hate and the war I’ve lost my love for Lorlenalin.” Kallan looked hard into Gudrun’s gold eyes. “I know I love Lorlenalin. I must. But I can no longer feel it. And I don’t care […]
…they write zany stories filled with debauchery that, in most cases, break the rules and defy physics. Why? Because on an average work day, a writer must adhere to the rules of the world they created and write within a character’s guidelines. Every now and then a writer just says, “You know what? Damn the […]
I dotted my final “i”. I crossed my last “t” and boldly wrote the words “THE END” at the bottom of Dolor and Shadow. With that, the final stage of the writing process ended, and I began the grueling first stages of becoming a business owner. I updated my support group, which had somehow grown […]
The average website visitor takes three seconds to decide if they are going to leave or stay on a website. Three seconds is all the time I have to catch and keep your attention. This was the first article I wrote to try and hold your attention. This was the first thing anyone saw on my website.