Tag Archives: Clyde

Partners in Crime and Fate

Hearts once cold Beat anew With hunger and passion For a world That once was a shadow * Meals regain taste Warmth of sun on the skin No longer cold The pair indulge in sensations That once were memories * … Continue reading

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The Challenge of Writing Exes that Don’t Hate Each Other

I’m not sure if I’ll be writing tips or just a regular paragraph discussion post because I don’t know what to really say.  Writing Mab and Clyde was a challenge because they had such a long history.  They’d loved, broken … Continue reading

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The History of Mab and Clyde

War of Nytefall: Rivalry will be a major turning point in the relationship of Mab and Clyde.  I feel confident in saying this because anyone who read the first book or stuff about them on this blog knows how they interact.  … Continue reading

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The Origin of ‘War of Nytefall: Rivalry’

As long as everything goes smoothly, I gearing up for my first release of 2019 and it’s going to be War of Nytefall: Rivalry.  It’s been awhile, so I might be a bit rusty at this hyping thing, but here we … Continue reading

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Teaser Tuesday: Casing the Joint #vampires #fantasy

Not much to say about this part from War of Nytefall: Loyalty.  Enjoy.

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Teaser Tuesday: Child and Maker #vampires #fantasy

Always fun to share the Clyde/Gregorio scenes.  That old gnome doesn’t get enough page time due to his reclusive nature, so it’s a rare treat.  Here’s one from War of Nytefall: Lost.

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The Limits to Using Monsters as Heroes

There’s always a temptation to push a monster character to the edge and let them dance around there.  How violent can they be before the audience feels that they have gone too far?  What about going in the opposite direction … Continue reading

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