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War Witch, The Future, And Principles Of Uncertainty

As I mentioned the other day, hybrid publisher Booktrope, the publisher behind my own novel, War Witch: Rise, is ceasing operations and the end of May. 1,213 more words

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Changes, Both Good And Ill

Okay, so I’m just gonna rip the band-aid off here. My publisher, Booktrope, has announced that they are ceasing operations on May 31st, which means my novel, War Witch: Rise, will no longer be available after that. 236 more words

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Tome Tenders & The War Witch: Rise Giveaway!

For the last couple months, I’ve talked to you guys a lot about my first novel with publisher Booktrope, War Witch; Rise. You may have even seen Taliesin Jaffe mention it during Critmas over on Critical Role weeks ago, and not I’m not clinging to that as my only brush with fame, how dare you suggest that! 134 more words

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Music Magic: The Songs That Inspired War Witch (Part 10) – “All Around Me” Flyleaf

As we come to the end of this list of music that influenced my first novel with publisher Booktrope, I wanted to take a moment to thank those who have followed along. 746 more words

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Music Magic: The Songs That Inspired War Witch (Part 9) – “Stronger” Kelly Clarkson

Action is the lifeblood of a good fantasy novel. Sword fights, magic spells being thrown hither and yon, heroes against villains. These things are in the DNA of the genre, and while you can certainly write a compelling fantasy tale without them, I prefer to have them. 1,444 more words

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Music Magic: The Songs That Inspired War Witch (Part 8) – “Human” Christina Perri

Often, when talking about the music that they listen to as they write, authors focus on the songs that hit the high points, the triumphs, the best moments of the story and the characters. 944 more words

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Music Magic: The Songs That Inspired War Witch (Part 7) – “Concrete Angel” Christina Novelli

This week in my ongoing series, we get into some less specific areas. Much of what I’ve shared so far has been about how music inspired specific characters, or the overall themes of the novel. 1,056 more words

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