In my current work in progress (the almighty #WIP) I’m delving into multiple characters having spotlight chapters. Its a step away from how I wrote Origins of the Black Idol – where everything the reader experienced was taken from Julius’ perspective. The purpose of changing gears in the follow up piece is really two fold.
Category Archives: Mythos
Describing the centerpiece to a book series without giving away everything is difficult, but let me give it whirl. The legend Julius learns about is one cloaked in mystery which lacks any real documentation in historical records he can find. The idea it exists at first is laughable to Julius, and if not for the
Calculating. Deadly. Sinister. A young French girl taken from the streets of Lyon nine. Cloistered in a distant farmhouse and taught the mysteries of shadows, she emerged years later with an intense desire to please her masters. The cabal she committed to is a group of French revolutionaries bent on expanding their power through assassinations
Intelligent. Adventurous. Determined. Origins of the Black Idol protagonist Julius Godom is a man at war with himself. Steeped in centers of higher learning for the better part of his life, Julius had the benefit of the best teachers and educators around. The son of a university professor and master librarian, the formative years found
Lovecraft. The name evokes a whirlwind of imagery, sensations, and mind-bending discoveries. Tomes of short stories dedicated to his works are available – inspired by everything from Sarnath to The King in Yellow. Lovecraft is a great example of an author that became a hit years after his passing. A craftsman whose work was only