Dreamless City Writing Excerpt – Conversations by Coglight

It’s been a while since I’ve talked about the Dreamless City, my steampunk urban fantasy work-in-progress.  I haven’t forgotten about it (or our other short story project).  I wanted to get back to what is most important to me, which is writing.  (Not that I don’t enjoy the other stuff, but I do have a…

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Life of a Foundry Moth – Short Story Project Update II

So I know it’s been a few days since I’ve mentioned anything about our collaborative short story project. Please rest assured that I am still working furiously on it… Actually, that’s not 100% true. I’ve had some real life stuff that has been invading my head space, and the last few days have been a…

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This Story Needs Your Help

But don’t worry, I’ll do most of the heavy lifting.  I want to write a short story in the next couple of weeks, and I want you… yes, you right there, stop looking down and fiddling with your phone like I can’t see you there… Ahem, as I was saying, I want you to help…

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Dreamless City Writing Excerpt – Breaking Rules

Since I have introduced Nissa, I figured I should go ahead and introduce the rest of the love triangle. Reynard Triannon is the super-serious head groom of the Stagunner stables. Tall and fox-faced with freckles across the bridge of his nose, Nissa isn’t sure if what to make of this rules monger. The stables were…

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Dreamless City Writing Excerpt – Thief’s Wick

I’m still in the process of rough drafts, rewrites, and editing, but I had some people ask for more details about Nissa. I struggled with describing her, then realized that showing is better than telling. Here’s an excerpt from The Dreamless City, my steampunk urban fantasy novel. This is my work-in-progress, so constructive feedback is…

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Dreamless City Sneak Peak – Nissa Rhodes

I wanted to share a sneak peak of some artwork from the Dreamless City, done by my amazing friend Heather Mills. I haven’t talked much about this aspect of the novel on my blog, but I want to have a strong visual component to go with the story. The only thing cooler than a good…

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