You can’t escape those holiday tunes! The good news is, you’re not alone.
A glimpse of Thanksgiving in Jack’s house, and a special deal for Trial by Song fans
The syllable poem I wrote years ago to go with the illustration I finished yesterday.
I draw from a lot of Celtic folklore and traditions for The Faery Trials, and I thought that this Halloween I would offer you all a nice treat.
Hey guys! So I have a HUGE announcement, and I could not be more excited to share it with you!
Check out my author interview with the lovely Emma Rose Hollands
I have a very special guest today on Why Words Work! With a story that has been over ten years in the making, this author has worked so hard to bring her book out into the world. As soon as I saw her over on my Twitter, I knew that I had to interview her and find out just how she did it.
Today I am interviewing Alicia Gaile!
A Creative Writing graduate, a creative thinker, and a YA fanatic. Alicia is a writer who loves everything fantasy. Writing YA short stories and novel, Trial by Song is her first completed novel, which debuted earlier this year.
So, without further ado, let’s see what she has to say!
Faeries and Magic, Harps and Huntsmen: What makes your novel stand out from the crowd in the fantasy genre?
Nestled inside all of the fairy tales, magic, monsters, and mayhem is the…
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