Hi all! This is a special post to celebrate the winter holidays and the last week of 2018. Here you'll find a compilation of snippets from the first chapters of the waiting-to-be-fully-edited book, "Lucky Destiny" - book #3 in the Neo-Medieval YA fantasy series The Arid Kingdom. For those who are not familiar with the story, … Continue reading Special sneak-peek to celebrate the winter holidays
(Notes: the Bardanians - Bardan's soldiers; Bardan - the leader of the evil group) Outside, the Bardanians had already broken into two groups, according to the plan they had well put up with Bardan. Leido’s team had to break through the main gate, and the other one, lead by Fulgerus, had to go through the … Continue reading Part 2
Soris advanced carefully along the corridor’s walls, certain that he would bump into Fulgerus in no time. The views presented earlier by the surveillance cameras had shown him where the intruder was heading to. Any moment and he was about to encounter Bardan’s son, whom he didn’t know yet. For now, Fulgerus was just another … Continue reading Part 3
So excited to share this! My first interview!
MY INTERVIEW WITH AUTHOR TINA SILVENS♥️
What’s your name and what genre would you consider your books to be?
My name is Tina Silvens—from “silver”, and “silvae”= “forest” in Latin; these were the words I had in my mind when I chose my penname. My main genre is fantasy mixed with fights, lighthearted jokes, sweet love and hidden messages because I think all these make the perfect combination for a book meant to entertain.
Tell me about your book. How did you come up with that (story, angle, idea)?
“The Mysterious Soldier – Part I” is the first book I wrote in an epic fantasy series. I’ll talk about it because it has a great history.
I was a typical teenager trying to avoid being bullied in school when I started building up the story in my head. Every random scene I imagined was cheering me up and helped me…
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Small things in our lives can make our lives magical, just like the appearance of this cute butterfly did on one of my trips. And fantasy stories can also bring that spark of magic we need in our lives. So, I'm going to share with you a fragment from my upcoming collection of short stories … Continue reading The Magic in Our Lives