Monthly Archives: April 2018

Time to Lie, on #LisaBurtonRadio

Originally posted on Entertaining Stories:
Hey there all you time bandits and meddlers of history. Welcome all of you young people trying to find a place in the modern world. You’ve landed on Lisa Burton Radio, the only show that…

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The Scrumptious Siren: Where Mortals and Vampires Mingle

You’re going to meet Chastity Sullivan tomorrow for the final character profile, but today we’re looking into her realm.  Originally, she was going to be a tavern owner in the city of Nyte, but then I moved her into a … Continue reading

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Teaser Tuesday: The Scrumptious Siren

I’ve been holding this one back for a while because I wanted to connect it to the character bio on Thursday.  Take a look at the Scrumptious Siren, Chastity Sullivan, and Mab’s slight issue with the lustful businesswoman.  She’s gradually … Continue reading

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The City of Nyte: Greatest of the Vampire Cities?

When creating War of Nytefall, I didn’t really think about the cities that would be vampire only.  In fact, I only considered that they would have castles, lairs, and live within the pre-existing mortal society.  That was kind of lazy of … Continue reading

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Free Story: For The Last Time (My Thousandth Post)!

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
Yes, this is my thousandth post on this blog! To celebrate, I’ve decided to post here my short stories. Every couple of weeks, I’ll be posting one story from my celebrated Exciting Destinies series…

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Mythology in the Shadows

Centuries ago The gods and goddesses played Controlling nature Answering mortal questions And punishing at whims A deity for every aspect That life threw into the path Lording over monsters and heroes To teach lessons The beloved fables of their … Continue reading

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Goal Post: Where Did The Week Go?

Honestly, I feel like this week was dedicated almost entirely to errands.  I remember driving a lot, weather being wacky, and a few really nasty anxiety attacks.  Good thing I didn’t try to edit or write during this period because … Continue reading

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Money Matters: A Brief History Of Currency

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
E.L. Skip Knox recently published a great post on one of my favorite resources, Mythic Scribes, titled, History for Fantasy Writers: Money. Knox is the creator of the fantasy world called Altearth, a place where magic is…

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Enemies of the Dawn Fangs: Not All Vampires Are Friendly

Unlike most monsters, vampires have this strange habit of turning on each other.  It doesn’t happen in stories where you only have the one bloodsucker and maybe a few enslaved underlings.  This is when you get a society of vampires, … Continue reading

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The 2018 Author Interview Series Featuring Bette A. Stevens

Originally posted on Author Don Massenzio:
It’s time for the next subject for my 2018 author interview series. Author interviews are posted every Friday throughout the year. I am honored to continue this series with Maine author, artist Bette A.…

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