The Dalya Series
Step through a portal
into a whole other world…
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Stranger Shores – 86,846
Untitled (Lost World) – 4,780
Tell me about yourself. What inspired you to write? I actually cannot recall what inspired me because I basically started writing as soon as I learned to write. And I would tell stories before that. I had a super active imagination as a child and would get lost in stories I read, or watched on TV and definitely the ones in my head. Describe your desk / writing space. An organized mess! I have sticky notes everywhere. I have so many journals. I lost count. And yes, I am that person that thinks that most of them are just too […]
Tell me about yourself. What inspired you to write? I’ve always told stories, with varying degrees of success. For instance, there was an old maple tree behind my childhood home, and I decided that the dark pattern on the bark was a woman trapped inside. I told my younger cousin all about the trapped woman, then she proceeded to have nightmares about the mean tree lady, and somehow we both got grounded. I started writing down my stories in the fifth or sixth grade, and they really coalesced into real stories with a beginning, middle, and end, by the eighth […]
Tell me about yourself. What inspired you to write? As a child, I always had my head in a book. Writing is the only thing I have ever wanted to do, aside from having a family. After my children were born and in school, I decided to pursue this life long dream and I’ve just never wanted to do anything else. Describe your desk / writing space. I have a small desk in my bedroom, but I take my laptop everywhere. So basically, I write anywhere I have space in my little cozy house. Do you have a writing routine […]
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Tell me about yourself. What inspired you to write? Symphony of Crowns and Gods (as a series) started as a video game that I was programming on my computer. Programming an RPG (role-playing-game) takes a lot of time and effort, especially as a solo developer, and my ideas were growing faster than I could create the game. Long story short, ~500 hours later, I decided novelization was the next best route to take since it would probably take me half a century to create the game I had originally imagined. The scale of all the characters, locations, and storylines in […]
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