Guide to the classics: Homer’s Iliad

The Greeks defend their ships from the Trojans in Alfred Churchill’s Story of the Iliad, 1911. Wikimedia Chris Mackie, La Trobe University Homer’s Iliad is usually thought of as the first work of European literature, and many would say, the greatest. It tells part of the saga of the city of Troy and the war... Continue Reading →

Eastern Gods on Kindle Scout!

Hey Everyone, Apologies from being away from the blog for so many weeks. My life has been super crazy wrapping up projects and job hunting BUT exciting news! Eastern Gods, book one of new YA Fantasy series Western Wars, is up on a Kindle Scout campaign for your view and vote! I'm crazy excited about this one.... Continue Reading →

I am a Writer right?

Chuck Wendig, the bearded writer guru and gnarly writer, published a great blog over on his kick ass blog Terrible Minds called 'A Reminder Of What Makes A Real Writer'.  In it he makes this very true point: 'There exists no one way to write any one thing, and as long as your writing has a starting point and... Continue Reading →

Writing Catch Ups and What Nots

Hi Everyone Long time no chat. I have had a crazy couple of weeks so I thought I'd drop in and debrief on all the stuff thats going on. I feel bad for not being around so much but the good news is things are going to calm down (are listening Universe??). I've wrapped up... Continue Reading →

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