But perhaps the author’s greatest talent lies in drawing out the emotions of his characters; Jamie, for example, experiences bloodlust and nostalgia, moons over Nettle, and muses on the contradictions that she observes within herself and among others. Readers will likely be spoiling for the next book.
This appealing, well-paced fantasy tale offers a deep dive into what makes its main character tick
A short story as part of my short stories in construction work.
A beautifully written frame story in the vein of One Thousand and One Nights, The Decameron, and Canterbury Tales, Hansen (Raven’s Spear, 2017, etc.) proves short fiction is a genre in which he shines.
My character Alex has somethings to say in book two. I find it funny when people mix up characters and myself. Alex gives a speech about gin… Read more “Why do People Fight, an Author vs his Character”
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Working on this story as time goes on. I love the idea of a world without European Colonialism. Please feel free to comment changes that would make… Read more “The European Problem (Alt History Short Story Where Colonialism Never Occured)”
https://forums.onlinebookclub.org/viewtopic.php?f=21&t=64519 Great book review and discussion of Monster’s Children