Tag Archives: dark fantasy

Why I write what disturbs me

My book is dark. Once, when describing it to an interested reader, I said, “Think of Game of Thrones, but darker.” The thing about that though: I was describing the first draft, which was far less darker than where my revisions have … Continue reading

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World Builders — Ricardo Henriquez

My guest today is Ricardo Henriquez, author of The Catcher’s Trap, currently funding on Inkshares. Ricardo Henriquez was born in Tocopilla, a small fishing in mining town in the north of Chile. At age 17 he moved to Antofagasta, where … Continue reading

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Author Journeys: Welcome Paula Cappa

Welcome back to Author Journeys. I’m pleased to have Paula Cappa as my guest today. Paula Cappa’s novels include Night Sea Journey, A Tale of the Supernatural, and The Dazzling Darkness (Gothic Readers Book Club Award Winner for Outstanding Fiction … Continue reading

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