Book signing at Black Bond Books in Delta on November 16.
My first audiobook just released and I am a little amazed by it. Sean Letourneau is a voice actor who is talented and easy to work with. He worked hard to make the characters in Children of Ruin come to life, and I hope you'll give it a listen. If you don't already have an … Continue reading Children of Ruin Audiobook–free?
A few days after James McCann asked me if I would like to join several authors in writing a guest blog post for his new website, I was driving to work early in the morning along Highway 10 on a stretch of road between Cloverdale and Langley.
Ever wonder what authors would do in the case of a zombie apocalypse? For the next several weeks, I'll be posting the answers to that question on my blog... This week, author Lee Edward Fodi weighs in on her zombie apocalypse survival plan.
When I was 14 years old, I ran a weekly D&D game with my friends and had to come up with stories--sometimes on the fly. The purpose of D&D is that you have a storyteller, known as the Dungeon Master, who narrates the story to the players. This includes the setting, plot, and non-essential characters. The players are the ones who tell the Dungeon Master what the essential characters do--and as any writer knows, your characters can often screw up your intentions for the plot.