In the year 2098 America isn't so different from the USA of today. But, in a post-9/11 security-obssessed world, "secured" doesn't just refer to borders between countries, it also refer to borders between states. Teenagers still think they know everything, but there is no cure for cancer, as Kelsa knows first-hand from watching her father die.
The night Kelsa buries her father, a boy appears. He claims magic is responsible for the health of Earth, buthuman damage disrupts its flow. The planet is dying.
Kelsa has the power to reverse the damage, but first she must accept that magic exists and see beyond her own pain in order to heal the planet.
Fall of a Kingdom
Who was Sorahb? Stories are told of a hero who will come to Farsala's aid when the need is greatest. But for thousands of years the prosperous land of Farsala has felt no such need, as it has enjoyed the peace that comes from being both…
The Goblin Gate
Jeriah's brother, Tobin, is in terrible danger.He's willingly crossed over to the Otherworld with a hedgewitchnamed Makenna and her legion of goblins. What Tobin doesn’t know is that the Otherworld is a perilous dimension…
Forging the Sword
THE SPIRIT OF THE ANCIENT CHAMPION, SORAHB, WAS REBORN INTO THE BODY OF A DEGHAN YOUTH. There is not much time left on the Hrum's self-imposed limit -- only a few months. If in that time they don't take all of Farsala, then the Farsalans…
Crown of Earth
Now that both the shield and the sword of legend have been found, only the crown remains to be located in order for someone to hold the power to the whole kingdom of Deorthas. Many are hoping to obtain this magical crown and unite it with the sword…
What Color Hat does your Universe Wear? & 4 other tips on Science Fiction, Fantasy and Writing for Kids
Making your Reader Believe deals with suspension of disbelief--why it's so important in SF and Fantasy, and how to achieve it.But What do the Trees Say? covers what world building does for your fantasy or SF novel, and what it can't do.In…
Taking Away the Easy Button: Bell's three rules for writing about magic
How to use magic in your novel, without making your readers disappear.
Pitching to the Pros: What you can (and can't) expect if you ask someone to evaluate your writing, and what kind of sample you should offer them
The one question every writer ask himself is: Am I good enough to get published. This short essay details why that question is so hard to answer, even if you're asking a professional.
The Irrational Optimism of Writers: Why this particular form of insanity is a good thing
Why the irrational optimism that keeps writers going is so necessary, and how to hang onto it when the going gets tough.
A Time to Write: How to phrase your New Year's resolution properly
“Finding” time is like finding money--never happens. Time, like money, must be made, and this short essay discusses how to do it.
Single Spy to Teeming Horde: Point of view, part two
The choice of how many POV character to use depends on the story you want to tell--but picking the right number is essential. This short essay covers what you need to think about when you make that decision.
Hunting for an Agent: Shotgun or target pistol?
Should you send out queries out to one or two carefully selected agents, or to every agent you can think of all at once? This short essay covers the pros and cons of both approaches.
How Big a Hammer? Is it important for the reader to understand your theme?
You're always told to not to hit the reader over the head with your theme...but also to write with a passionate point of view about things that matter. This is how you can reconcile that opposing advice.
Exploding Writing Myths: Some things "they" say might be true for them but not for you
Writing myths that might be true for the people who spread them, but not for everyone.
Scoring in the Elevator & 4 other tips on How to Get Published
In Hunting for an Agent, I cover the pros and cons of sending queries out to one or two carefully selected agents, or to every agent you can think of all at once. And both approaches do have pros and cons!In Writing the Dread Synopsis, and A Tale of…
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