There’s a moment in Manifest the Magic when Keteria begins to see her twin brother as someone other than the person she thought he was. She confronts him with this question:
I always wanted to work in a little more about her wondering if Tanold considered Keteria as something to possess or kill. Would she be afraid that her twin would harm her? Yeah, maybe some day I’ll write a little side story about that.
I am often asked which of my books is my favorite.
Unfair question! (grin)
For starters, it’s akin to asking which of your children is your favorite. Secondly, the excitement is always tied up in the books a writer is currently working on, not the ones that are published. Once I’m satisfied with an adventure and its released, I’m moving on to the next one. Now, since I usually write 3-5 different stories at a time, yes, I do have a favorite at that point — it’s always the one being the easiest to write!
However, when pressed for an answer, at this moment in time, my favorite is To Birth a Destiny. Granted, one has to read the first 2 book in the series to get there, but it is the book I love.
“Fame due to the achievements of the mind never perishes.” — Propertius
I heard this quote the other day and marked it to save. It’s more often said that everyone gets 15 minutes of fame. Yes, people do seem to come and go from the spotlight, but if you’ve achieved some project that you set out to do, that is something no one can ever take away from you.
It would be nice sometimes for the sudden fame we see from celebrities of reality television shows, but ten years from now would you rather have people remember your dirty laundry everyone in the world got to see or for your art you released to the world?
We need your forward action and your reflections off the world.