From protagonists to side characters and from heroes to villains, we often think of our characters in terms of the roles they play in the story. There is much terminology used for various roles, often with overlapping meanings, and this might seem daunting to a new student of literature or an aspiring author. An exampleContinue reading “New Article: From Protagonist to Antagonist”
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The Ravencrest Chronicles: Wave two
The next wave of Ravencrest books are coming up in the second half of 2019. Unlike the episodic nature of the first wave – which focused on introducing key characters and the setting – the second wave will be a serialized epic told over the course of four novellas.
Night Shift – Coming This Friday
His first title with Kyanite Publishing LLC, “Night Shift,” is a science fiction story about a detective in the fictional city of New Angeles. Readers familiar with the science fiction subgenre called “cyberpunk” will appreciate the crime-ridden, dystopian setting. “Night Shift” was originally a serialized story Mr. Bass released online. He’s especially fond of serials and novellas that can be collected into longer works because they’re sized for today’s busy audience.
The History of Science Fiction
As broad in scope as our series on the fantasy genre was, exploring all that is encompassed by the name Science Fiction is an undertaking of epic proportions! Like daring explorers setting out to discover uncharted worlds, we are taking the first steps into realms of both the unknown and the unknowable! CLICK HERE forContinue reading “The History of Science Fiction”
The Fantasy Genre: Part 2
The second part of our series exploring the fantasy genre is now available! In this second section of a three-part journey, I’ll be examining each of the major sub-genres of fantasy more closely. In the first part, we looked at the history and evolution of the fantasy genre as a whole. This time, we will beContinue reading “The Fantasy Genre: Part 2”
Future Epic Fantasy Project
I have hinted in the past about some epic fantasy brewing in the background. I’m still in the planning phases, but have a general idea for a concept and have put together an aesthetic that hints at the feel of it. The immortals of the faewilde have been waging a war for millenia, and theContinue reading “Future Epic Fantasy Project”
Warriors Of Understone aesthetic
She turned and looked down the hall, her back to him. Without looking back, she said, “I don’t have to want, I just have to obey.”
The Fantasy Genre: Part One
Head over HERE to see my latest article, detailing the history, growth, and evolution of the fantasy genre. This is the first of a two-part series, the second of which will explore the sub-genres of fantasy in more detail.