Tag: young adult

50 Young Adult Plot Ideas and Writing Prompts — by Bryn Donovan

The thing I love about Bryn’s lists is that there is always something to draw from. Here she lists some great young adult plot ideas. See her article below:   I love thinking about plot ideas and idea starters for novels, short stories, and…

The Guardians of the Accords – An Introduction

In the year 1961, after 43 years of attempting reconciliation between the multitudes of known preternatural beings, Queen Eliana of the Sidhes, a race of faeries few were familiar with, hosted a lavish banquet where she received the delegates representing most of her invitees. Missing from the event, however, were the emissaries for the vampires and werewolves. Disappointed by their absence, she was heartened however to see the other races had accepted her invitation.

Immortal Detective – An Introduction to Elleanor Stone

I was born the 24th of May in the year 270 A.D., into a world that was besieged and under constant threat by barbarians known to us as Goths. The city-state of Athens, the largest city nearest to our lands, had been sacked just three years before my birth.

Update: Sudden Shock (The Elleanor Stone Collection)

Excited to report final editing is underway, and Elleanor Stone’s introduction to the world is being planned as I write this. Look for it mid September, if not before. If you haven’t read The Crystal Series yet, what are you waiting for? Book One…

Alexa’s Playlist – The Crystal Series #amlistening #amwriting #YA #UrbanFantasy #Paranormal #playlist

“What would you do if you suddenly discovered that nothing about life was as you thought it was and all your choices seem to have been made for you centuries before you were born? That’s the reality young Alexa faces, and how well she copes will determine the fate of her world and that of the preternatural. Now, if only someone would explain what is going on!”

The Influence of Marvel Movies in my Writing The Crystal Series #amwriting #marvel #mythology

My favorite character in the entire Marvel Universe is Thor. Not for the size of his biceps, or the taut stomach we thrillingly, at times, get a glimpse of, but for his humor and fun loving personality. At times he seems childlike and innocent, a sharp contrast to his being the god of thunder.  In my opinion Chris Hemsworth is the perfect Thor.

My Top 5 List: Books to T.V. #Young Adult #Fantasy

  I read a lot…then I watch a lot… Sometimes the written word is adapted adequately enough to the small screen. I know allowances must be made for screenwriters changing or cutting out plots, even characters sometimes. Some adaptations are cheesy, or not handled…

Sudden Shock is in its Final Stages of Editing

Elleanor Stone has been alive for centuries. Cursed with immortality by none other than the goddess Aphrodite, Elleanor has been working for the past eleven years in modern day New York, as an investigator with the agency guarding against paranormal crimes and misdemeanors. As a lead investigator, she…