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Feeling like The White Rabbit

I’m late! I’m late! For a very important date! No time to say “Hello,” goodbye! I’m late! I’m late! I’m late! (From Alice in Wonderland)

It has been one of those non-stop, work from dawn to midnight, overwhelming weeks. We’ve all had them, right? Well, my horrendous week has put me behind schedule in just about everything, including the newsletter. So I’m hoping to make it up to you with a piece of writing that so far has not been released outside of The Dragon Tempest anthology.This tale directly relates to my Wind Rider Chronicles series; an ancient myth passed down through the generations, that has become part of my world’s extensive history. It hints at the distant origins of one of my most nefarious characters.

Though the story can be accessed through my website, you won’t find the link to it anywhere else.  This is my gift to the Fantasy Fix readers. Hope you enjoy it!

Birth of the Necromancer: A Midwife’s Tale

 

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If you’ve missed previous editions, it’s not too late! Follow these links to find the most recent ones:

The First by A. Claire Everward
With one sister an author and the other a publisher, how can it go wrong? “Forever Looking Forward”. That’s their motto. And that was what they were thinking when they decided to drop everything and just do it.

How to Destroy your Writing Career
With advice from Renee Scattergood on the importance of editing.

It’s Alive!! (And I don’t mean Frankenstein)
My article on how characters even surprise their writers, and a behind the scenes glimpse at who my character Einar might have been…had he not a mind of his own.

The Secret to Success!
Joshua Robertson’s advice on how to be a successful author.

Winter is Here…Beware Winter!
Renee Scattergood shares news about upcoming episodes of her Shadow Stalker series.

Top 10 Signs You’ve Lost Your Mind!
Including my top 10 signs that you’re either losing your mind, or maybe you’re just WAY too close to your fantasy WIP!

Enough is Enough
Featuring Joshua Robertson’s article about the editing process, and when to realize it’s time to stop.

Help us Improve our Newsletter!
Has a poll to help us discover what readers want from an author newsletter. The poll is still open–don’t lose out on this opportunity to make your voice heard.

 

 

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