When I was a kid, I remember my mother reading Hawaii. That was a time when I was reading everything I could get my hands on and so I read Hawaii, and eventually Centennial, The Source, Texas and I forget–probably others. One of the aspects that I really enjoyed was the way Michener married the stories of everyone who lived there to the land. Not just people, but animals as well. I still remember the story of a little buffalo and he was as layered a character as many of the humans. I see Michener’s influence in my first book, The Demon Rift. Many stories are woven together over a span of time.
Where mainstream meets grindhouse, exploitation, otaku and gamers
Hey, Nice to meet all of you, my name is Heather. I have BPD. I am here to share my everyday struggles with you, be a support for you, and I am here to chat with you if you want to chat...:)
Young Adult Horror, Dark Urban Fantasy, and other Speculative Fiction
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Submitting to the Glorious Inevitable
Read whatever, whenever, however.
Adventures in the world of history
Sharing cinematic experiences one movie review at a time...plus, something extra here and there
A writer trying to teach becomes a teacher trying to write
Speculative Fiction Book Reviews by Niki Hawkes (for those in need of some seriously good reading)!
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Science and Fiction
"I never know what I think about something until I read what I've written on it." -- William Faulkner
Author, Weaver of Tales
It's time to get hella serious about writing!