If you've not yet seen my book you can find it here on this blog free to read. Let's look at the positives, which will take much less explaining than the negative. Obviously the fact that I finished it was a great start, most people don't finish their books, and though it's not published, I'm … Continue reading Thoughts On The Book I Wrote – Major Spoilers
Our story so far: Rick has been executed, with nobody being able to win the tournament anymore, they must do everything they can to prevent the tournament from continuing, as the alternative is the destruction of the kingdom. Rob had never told us what his plan was, however, collectively I could guess that we had … Continue reading The Smell of Burning – The Broken Tournament – Chapter 30
The famous trinket of Evren’s rich, entitled prince was lost, and all of royalty was hell bent on retrieving it. Bards sang of the economic prosperity it brought as well as the victories it would bring to those who possessed it on the battle field. The importance of the artifact could not be understated, and … Continue reading The Stone In The River – The Stone of The Conqueror – Chapter 1
This is the fifth chapter of my book The Broken Tournament, to catch up with the story so far you can read the first installment, the prelude here. Part 2 - Road to Taltree I woke up early and saw Rick asleep, I had listened to him talk about the tracking dogs and it really didn’t … Continue reading An Exhausting Day – The Broken Tournament – Chapter 5
School days is great if you want a deconstruction of the harem genre however I fell like there's better. For example, in early 2016 I started writing a book in the harem genre, it aimed to explain why the harem happened whilst not delivering the typical story that most harem fans are used too. I … Continue reading A Better Deconstruction Of The Harem Genre?