Tag Archives: world building

Striving for New Horizons

We are taught at a young age to strive for new horizons. I find that turn of phrase interesting as, in point of fact, there is really only ever that one that we see. Perception is the thing that changes. That distant sight line switches because of our location in relation to it. It is […]

The Known Kingdoms: From humblest beginnings…

From humblest beginnings are the greatest ideas born. The first collections of rocks and mud, stacked atop each other to form rudimentary shelters thousands of years ago on the windswept plains of the Asian continent, have today given way to the might skyscrapers that ascend to the heavens like sentinels of concrete and steel. Just […]

BETA READER’S get ready!

Edits, drafts, rewrites and more drafts. That is right, fellow readers,¬†book 3 of the Necromancers’ Pride Saga – Storm of Shadows¬†is now into rewrite mode!!! Next step, Beta Readers wanted. Yup, we are almost there. Sooooooo exciting. It has been an incredible journey, thus far, in creating and building the world of Tarune. Reviews are […]

Path not Taken.

Greetings to all of our amazing readers. This will be a rather quick post today. Why, you ask? Well, the long and short of it is we are busily at work on writing book 3 in the Necromancers’ Pride Saga – Storm of Shadows. So much has gone into the creation of this world. Our […]

Mapping the world of Tarune

“What does it take to build a world?” I was recently asked. With the release of book 2 in the Necromancers’ Pride Saga, Tides of War, drawing ever closer, D.W. and I have been pondering that question in great detail. It is often said one cannot see the forest for the trees. The same can […]