That koala up there is me. It's been a busy week. King of Diamonds: A Tale of El'Anret (The Tale of El'Anret Book 3) and Diamond Marked: The Tale of El'Anret released. Multiple author interviews, events and a release party.... Continue Reading →
Ahhh. The trapper-keeper. Yep, I still have one, and it's actually my main writing notebook and scraps holder! Pssssssh junior high is forevs, people. Mine's not Lisa Frank, but maybe it should be. As I create worlds and ideas flow... Continue Reading →
I am a person of Planned dates And confirmed appointments "It'll happen when it happens" Does not compute. "Go with the flow" Only works When the flow is predetermined Which I'm pretty sure Isn't how that works.
And a Book Spotlight for Diamond Marked! ❤ Thank you kindly, Library of Erana!
Title: Diamond Marked: The Tale of El’Anret
Author: Melody Klink
Genre: Young Adult Fantasy
Main character description (short). This book cycles around a mortal named Hazel Leigh Mac Tíre, a Faerie prince named Gideon, and their son, Jack. Leigh is marked to be the Queen of the Faerie world, in which she must usurp a renegade queen– who happens to be Gideon’s sister. Their son, Jack, deals with the fallout and uprising that follows.
Synopsis: Inside a mortal girl lies the heart of the Queen of Diamonds, true ruler over El’Anret, the world of Faerie.
Inside a Half-Human, Half-Fae boy lives the soul of a Stag King, mysterious and powerful creature of legend, capable of transforming worlds… or destroying them.
And neither of them belong.
In a world of myths and monsters, it will take them both to usurp a renegade queen— one who stole the crown and made the…
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A Swift Six author interview over at the Library of Erana! Thank you for having me on!
Name: Melody Klink
What attracts you to the genre in which you write? Young Adult has a magic about it that always brings me back; the stories and characters aren’t desperately childish and naïve, yet they haven’t been hardened by years and a world of experience. Outlandish things are still possible, and magic still lurks in the small things.
What piece of writing advice do you wish you’d known when you started your writing adventures? Don’t try to make every word perfect in the first go! First draft like crazy, then go back and shine it up. And then do it again. And probably a third time… but any which way, don’t expect perfection in the first go ’round.
If you could have dinner with any famous person or character who would you choose? Wow, this is a tough one! Hmm. I think I’d have dinner with Carl Sagan; he…
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