Authors are fans of their fans
Jun 29, 2016 by Jeffrey L. Kohanek
Authors and readers create a symboitic relationship, one unable to exist without the other. We authors are fans of you guys, too!
May 04, 2016 by Jeffrey L. Kohanek
A defining element of epic (or high) fantasy novels is journeying to another world, born of the writer’s imagination. This type of literary work offers the author numerous opportunities and a plethora of challenges. Before writing the first word of a new epic fantasy novel, the author should have a comprehensive strategy for the world-building that is about to take place.
Seeking that Elusive Review
Apr 20, 2016 by Jeffrey L. Kohanek
Oh, book reviews...
The Science of Magic
Apr 13, 2016 by Jeffrey L. Kohanek
Mystical or knowable, which type of magic do you prefer?
Cast of Chatacters
Apr 06, 2016 by Jeffrey L. Kohanek
What's a fiction novel about? Ideally, you'll find interesting characters doing interesting things. Here is some insight on the cast of The Buried Symbol.
What's your story about?
Mar 30, 2016 by Jeffrey L. Kohanek
Authors are often asked this question, one that's much more difficult to resond to than you might think.
Words, Words, Words
Mar 23, 2016 by Jeffrey L. Kohanek
When writing a tantasy epic, more words is good, right? Actually....
The Reality of Fantasy
Mar 16, 2016 by Jeffrey L. Kohanek
As book genres go, Fantasy has been stereotyped and misunderstood more than most. Read along for my thoughts on this issue.