Chapter 36 "A wave of fire swept through his veins and his eyes flashed open. He lay flat on his back, rain spilling over him. He turned to his side. The blue-glassed bottle lay capsized on the grass. He pushed it away with a mumbled curse, the picture of a passed-out drunk on the ground. A drunk who had freed a demon." Stone Bearers reached 80 reviews on Amazon this weekend, so as promised, I am going to share some early sketches of Mordin. Here he is in all his princely g
[“]There were flowers running around here on their roots last week. Flowers.”
“They’re called scrufflings. The sprites made them, and they’re ever so cute, but they throw axes at them. They do!” Scrufflings!!!
Okay, so this isn’t technically fan art. This is “creator” art. Now some of you might assume that means I drew it. You would be wrong. You see, I first started writing about my elves way back in high school. So I stuck my elves in my forest and turned t
Kit jumped at crickets while they walked, ducking through the grass. I have fan art! This is Kit, as drawn by my ultra talented niece Angela. I love how she got his thorned tail. Not to mention how CUTE he is (don't tell him I said that, dragonets hate being called cute).
Dragonets are the guardian creatures to the Bearer of Truth/Knowledge. They are telepathic and have a hive mind, leading to the belief that they know EVERYTHING. But they are so small that thi
If I could pick a quote for my book it would be this one from CS Lewis:
“The most dangerous thing you can do is to take any one impulse of your own nature and set it up as the thing you ought to follow at all costs. There is not one of them which will not make us into devils if we set up as an absolute guide.”
The world of Stone Bearers was inspired by a world created by sister. In this world, magic was done by those who could connect to stones representing certain values