Sometimes, it's okay to break the "rules for writing," especially if you break them because of your stylistic voice.
When Poe and Dickens go on a Melville-style Odyssey, you get The Rathbones. Happily given 4/5 Stars, I recommend this sea-faring Gothic novel by debut author Janice Clark.
A little discussion on the importance of a good villain, what makes them so effective, and the different "forms" of an antagonist.
The second novel of the Cargo Trilogy. I give this book 3/5 Stars. Some things have changed, and some are different, but either way I'm excited for book three!
A wonderful debut by an indie author, I give this book 3/5 stars. There's a lot of potential here for the next two books of the trilogy.
I rate this novel as 4/5 Stars. A great book, although only really recommended for lovers of the genre.
At last, the final part of my blog post on Alternate History and the Divergence Point! Let's talk a bit about what happens after that divergence.
Last week I discussed the genre of alternate history and introduced the Divergence Point. Here is a little more about how all that works.
Alternate history is a rare genre; in fact, you rarely see authors in the genre at all. Why? Because it’s difficult! It demands the creativity and ingenuity of fantasy and the dedicated research of historical fiction.
I gave this novel 4/5 Stars! Indie author Ian K. Sylus presents a unique psychological thriller. I happily recommend it!