Why Fantasy? Why The Last Families?

When I started writing several years ago, it took me sometime to decide which was the genre that worked for me the best.
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Underlying topics in “The Last Families”

The fact that a story has fantasy in it doesn’t mean that its whole world is made up and not related to current topics related to our own world. But if it wasn’t because I had to write a pitch, a synopsis, and disclaimers for this book, I wouldn’t have thought of the harsh underlyingContinue reading “Underlying topics in “The Last Families””

Visuals for my website

When I decided to self-publish my novel “The Last Families”, I knew there would be many things that I would have to handle myself. One of them was the book’s website. But what is a book’s website supposed to include? I was imagining the Cover, maybe the book’s synapsis and that was it. It wouldContinue reading “Visuals for my website”

The querying process: trust your instincts

As I submerge myself in this world of querying agents and receiving rejections, I started to take it as part of the common writing process. I no longer feel bad for the rejections coming from literary agent’s, in fact, I think they are making me stronger and more resilient. In the meantime, I’ve also startedContinue reading “The querying process: trust your instincts”

What happens after the manuscript is done?

There comes a point in time when you realize that the manuscript is ready to go out there. Or at least you want to believe that. My fantasy manuscript is ready and I’ve already started seeing publishing options (I’ll check first the traditional options and if not, self-publishing). The process is long, so what happensContinue reading “What happens after the manuscript is done?”