Knownearth, the world of A Wizard’s Forge, has complex power structures, both magical and political.
I'd love to see my characters brought to life, and while I’m indulging in the book-to-film fantasy, I’ll give myself a say in who should play whom.
No, this isn't a blog about the CW show The 100 (although I do enjoy that show). It's just a short, celebratory note to say thank you to all the book bloggers, Goodreads reviewers, fellow authors, and cherished readers who have read A Wizard's Forge and left a rating on Goodreads. AWF received its 100th rating on January … Continue reading The 100
Jane LaForge posed deeply incisive questions that uncovered some things I, as the author of A Wizard's Forge, didn't know about it.
I read all my reviews. I cringe at the bad ones (I've received some doozies!) and rejoice in the good ones. I also occasionally respond to issues reviewers bring up, such as questions about the worldbuilding in Knownearth or about Vic's difficulties overcoming past trauma. Today I'm responding to another frequently mentioned topic: the so-called cliffhanger ending of … Continue reading Spoiler Alert! The Unpublished Epilogue to A Wizard’s Forge
People seem to have a lot of questions about the world where A Wizard's Forge takes place, so I've been hitting this topic a lot lately. A few weeks ago, I traced Vic's path through her world, and last week I wrote a post on AutumnWriting about Knownearth's native inhabitants (humans are the aliens on that planet). Lots of … Continue reading Knownearth vs Earth: Another Look at the World of A Wizard’s Forge
Fans of A Wizard's Forge and the world of Knownearth should check out my blog on the inspiration for the creatures appearing or mentioned in the book at Autumn B. Birt's blog, AutumnWriting. There's as much science fiction as fantasy in Vic's world. And for more information about Knownearth, don't forget to check out my previous … Continue reading More on Knownearth
On launch day, as the earthbound get their first look at A Wizard's Forge, I've decided to walk readers through Vic's world, Knownearth.
Lornk doesn’t want Vic as merely his sex slave. He wants her as his, wholly and completely. Not because it suits his ego to have a young woman fawn over him, but because he knows something about Vic’s destiny, and he wants her to pursue it in a way that will benefit him.