Here’s the art I did in 2017 (excluding book scenes/anything spoilerific), organized by month. January February March April May None. June July August None. September None. October November None. December None.
I made a video of me talking about my writing! I’m so proud of myself. It’s about The Madness of Light, my writing process through it, and my general feelings. It’s a long video, but I thought it was interesting talking it through.
And now I’m currently all caught up with forewords/afterwords. Here’s the foreword/preface for Expansion Expression, which sort of kicks off the vibe for the novel and the series moving forward. It’s definitely lighter than the other ones. As always, I enjoyed writing and recording it. Starting with a Party One, two, three, four, let’s start […]
The last of the first four afterwords/forewords—the one for Of Fractured Edges. This…this one might be the most intense of them, emotionally. Longest as well for sure. Most spoilerific too, so beware. Divine Shattering Anytime I try to explain how Of Fractured Edges means to me to anyone, mostly my internal wanderings, I come to this little […]
Here we are again. This time with the afterword-thing for Threads that Bind the Tempest. This is probably the most disjointed one of the lot, but it makes sense given what Threads that Bind the Tempest is. I could have put this before or after the book, but I put it after. I don’t know. It made sense […]
When I made my own copy of How to Stop Wildfire about two months ago, I knew I was going to make copies for the rest of the series. Starting with the next book, of course—Harmonic Waves. The cover used for the print/e-copy originally was a painted piece of paper that was supposed to look water-y. […]
Here I am again with the recordings! This is the second of my additions to the novels. How to Stop Wildfire it felt natural to have a preface to explain the journey to it and explain it. With Harmonic Waves, my thoughts lingered on the content and what it meant rather than the journey so I chose to […]
A break down of the art I did in 2016. A best approximation of it, anyway. Went off of when I scanned it in because I had no other way to figure out when I actually drew it. January None. February March April May June July None. August The spike in art is because I […]