Tips and Tricks, WordSmith Musings, Writing

How to Write a Magic System

Writing a magic system can be fun, interesting, and challenging at times. Each magic system will have its own rules, patterns, quirks, and exceptions. A reader might never know all of them, but it is essential for the author to know each and every one so they can write from a place of knowledge, understanding, and authority.

WordSmith Musings, Writing

Author Spotlight: C.S. Lewis

Clive Staples Lewis has been considered one of the most prolific writers of the past century. He has written over 30 books, including theological greats such as Mere Christianity and the Problem of Pain, fiction like Till We Have Faces and Out of the Silent Planet, and the classic series The Chronicles of Narnia which has sold over a 100 million copies and been adapted into three major motion pictures.

Book Review, Writing

Tahn: A book review of the exciting novel by LA Kelly

I picked Tahn out of the many books my husband owned and sat down to read it. I needed something that promised a good love story, some heart-warming moments, phenomenal action, and faith that meant something. Tahn delivers on all accounts. Set in a medieval world, we meet Tahn, a legendary mercenary. As he kidnaps… Continue reading Tahn: A book review of the exciting novel by LA Kelly