Category: Blood Rights Series

Guest Crazy

This is what happens when a friend is nice enough to let you set your characters loose on their blog. BR let me do this a couple years ago, and I post it here for new enjoyment with a little editing update! P.S. BR has written many other urban fantasy books since this time and […]

Different Eyes

Why is Adelheid told with different First Person narrators? There was a brief review for the original publications of books two and three where a review said simply that they were surprised that the narrators were different than the first book. This sort of thing doesn’t surprise people in stories written in Third Person, but […]

Mutiny of the Other

Every story has Main Characters, Secondary Characters and then those Other Characters, who have names and enough bits and pieces to make them interesting but aren’t as three-dimensional as a Main or Secondary. They aren’t meant to be. They exist, from a writer’s perspective, to make your world interesting and sometimes give the Main and […]

Bustin’ the Fourth Wall

This is what happens when you let your characters run wild… Sadie: Mia is letting us have control of a blog post for today. We get to talk about whatever we want. Dakota: She’s a bigger idiot than I thought. Madison: Dakota, play nice. Just because you’re in a bad mood doesn’t mean you have […]

Humanity in the Non-Human

Writing preternatural characters is FUN. Really, it’s as simple as that. Writing for someone that is paranormal in some way is like opening up a gigantic writer’s playground of character traits and things you can do with them, both in their character arcs and in story arcs, and even in world building. The possibilities really […]

Flash Fic Series: “Blackout” (Part 1)

Welcome to my four-part “micro series.” This is set in the Blood Rights town of Adelheid, roughly after book three–but there shouldn’t be any major spoilers that aren’t already in book descriptions! Watch for part two! Sadie There was a strong summer storm sweeping over southern Connecticut, and every weatherman in our area was freaking […]

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