Tag Archives: adventure

Tales of the Slumberlord: How Much Trouble Can He Get In?

(Kind of funny how I’ve been pushing this Sunday post back for about 2 months.  I keep having other things that I need or want to post.  Sorry if things are bit off here.) My mind is already inching towards … Continue reading

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7 Tips to Writing Desert Adventures: Don’t Forget the Sand

A lot of things can be forgotten when you’re writing about a desert adventure.  We may focus on one problem and forget others.  Helps to do some research on how these places really are, but that doesn’t mean things can’t … Continue reading

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Desert Adventures: Hard to Do Without Writing ‘Dessert’ By Accident At Least Once

I’ve actually talked about sea journeys and a few other specific types over the years, but I realized that I never touched on this one.  Desert adventures have been really popular for a long time.  You find it in many … Continue reading

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Teaser Tuesday: Pesky Bugs #fantasy #shortstories #adventure

Wouldn’t be a run of teasers if I didn’t end a fan favorite.  Here we have a piece from The Life & Times of Ichabod Brooks.  Since this is a collection of short stories, it’s hard to pick something that … Continue reading

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Sal’s Sublime Submarine Supermarket!

So, you’re looking to journey to the depths of our world!  Not the rocky ones, but the watery ones that have plenty of critters to haunt your nightmares.  Well, since you’re lacking gills and fins, you’ve come to the right … Continue reading

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Teaser Tuesday: Another Apology #fantasy #adventure

Running out of ways to introduce these things.  Found that I didn’t show much of the The Spirit Well in the past.  Need to change that at some point.  It could be because I couldn’t find a spot that didn’t involve … Continue reading

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Pet Tales from the Olden Days (D&D Games)

So, one of the reasons I came up with this week’s topic is because I remembered a few stories of when I played Dungeons and Dragons.  These are the earlier days of high school where we were goofing off and … Continue reading

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The Titles of Charles E. Yallowitz: Very Few Survived the First Round

I can’t think of many titles in my series that made it through to the end.  Even when it comes to the series titles, things got changed along the way.  Legends of Windemere, War of Nytefall, Ichabod Brooks, Quest of the Brokenhearted, and . … Continue reading

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Teaser Tuesday: The Rage of Stephen Kernaghan #fantasy #adventure

Taking a full chunk of The Mercenary Prince‘s prologue here.  Gives a hint of what will come and hopefully it gets people curious about the book.  Really isn’t much else to do to set this up.  Except that it involves Stephen … Continue reading

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Teaser Tuesday: Best Shot #fantasy #adventure

This is a scene from Sleeper of the Wildwood Fugue and it does contain minor spoilers.  Although, I’m not sure if that’s a big thing given how long the story has been out.  It should still be a lot of … Continue reading

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