Brantwijn Serrah

Let’s Talk Shop: Evoking Imagery

Let's Talk Shop: Evoking Imageryby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Brantwijn Serrah, author of All Mad Here Imagery. By golly, imagery is one of my all-time favorite literary devices. I’ve been told I have a very “immersive” writing style, because when I get on a kick with imagery, I can go on forever. My editor has even had to cut down some […]

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Exclusive sneak preview: Satin and Steel

Exclusive sneak preview: Satin and Steelby Guest Blogger

Guest post by Brantwijn Serrah author of Lotus Petals In anticipation of Lotus Petal’s print release, I thought I might like to tantalize readers with a little taste of the sequel-in-progress: Satin and Steel. The second of Rhiannon’s stories, Satin and Steel takes place in London, and Rhiannon is sent out to hunt a wild […]

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My Writing Philosophy: Stop me if You’ve Heard This One Before

My Writing Philosophy: Stop me if You've Heard This One Beforeby Guest Blogger

Guest Blog by Brantwijn Serrah, author of Goblin Fires (Chronicles of the Four Courts) Pop quiz time: what do the following three books have in common? If your answer is that the lead female is an unbearable moron, I’d argue that at least Beautiful Bastard features a decently smart and independent gal (whereas you’d be […]

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