For those of you playing along at home, you might know I’m studying Swedish. I’ve been studying for about six years now and my Swedish remains decidedly awful.
The word was soft, almost a whisper, almost lost amid the rumble and laughter of his teammates leaving the locker room at last. Brenden paused, glancing over his shoulder.
Duncan McPhie is a Canadian professional ice hockey player, currently playing for the LA Knights of the International Hockey Association.
As I continue on my writing and self-publishing journey, I’m looking for ways to make my life easier. There are so many different tech tools out there for authors and writers. Some of them are billed as help for the self-publishing side of things, while others are supposed to help you craft better books and get down to the actual work of writing.
It’s April. That means it’s time for an April reading list!
I’m currently working on a fantasy novel (coming this May). One of the main characters in the book is a faery. Within the book, these creatures are called the fey (both singular and plural). It’s their name for themselves and the name other people around them give them.
Cal stared at his reflection in the mirrored surface of the elevator, forcing himself not to look at Timmo.
Something that has always fascinated me is mythology.
It’s April. Let’s jump right into this.