Today's post is a chapter sample from my work-in-progress, to be released later in 2018 😊 📓.
Thank you very much for visiting my blog and I hope you enjoy the beginning of this new series as much as I enjoyed writing it!
😊. It was strange to revisit Jax's character as it was then—a little too over-confident and more interested in his own agenda than anyone else's.
Today's blog post is less about words and more about images 📸. I'm writing the first book in a new series and the plot is just starting to come together. I decided now would be a good time to create a collage to sense check the direction I'm headed in!
As ever, I have been unable to outline the story in advance of writing it. However, with each book it's becoming easier to accept that I'll always be a pantser rather than a plotter. There are always moments when I think I'll have to abandon the entire manuscript, but fortunately, so far, I've managed to find a way through.
The result of my efforts is below and I've also included the prologue of the book 😊
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😊. This is a letter of sorts, discovered by Cal a few months after the end of Breaking Magic. It was tucked behind a box on the far wall of a certain underground chamber.
When I wrote Surviving Magic, the sixth book in the Legacy of Androva series, I did a lot of research in an attempt to make Galen's experience of Ancient Rome as accurate as possible. I mean "accurate" in a broad sense because any available information has been subjected to some kind of interpretation bias, to a lesser or greater degree!
It left me with a few unanswered questions, which I am still wondering about. Although I haven't been able to find any definitive answers, I thought it would be interesting to blog about two of them.