I’m visiting with Mae Clair today. The topic is some of the research that went into the Lanternfish trilogy. There was a lot of it, and I called out some in this post.
While you’re there, check out Mae’s work. She’s written two of the best series I’ve ever read, and was key to getting me to take the plunge. You can follow her on her blog as well as Story Empire.
Hi, everyone! I’m super excited to welcome long-time friend and Story Empire colleague, Craig Boyack to my blog today. Craig’s here to share news of his latest releaseWreck of the Lanternfish, the conclusion of his pirate adventure Lanternfish series.
I read and thoroughly enjoyed the first two novels and am looking forward to seeing how Craig wraps everything up in book three. Lanternfish is set in a highly imaginative world, populated with intriguing creatures and characters, but as Craig explains in his post below, even when writing fantasy, you have to dive deep in research. Take it away, Craig!
Thanks for the invite to talk about ‘Wreck of the Lanternfish.’ I try to keep each post unique, and research is always a popular topic. The series is a trilogy, so there’s been a lot of research over the years. Add in the supporting story, ‘Serang,’ and it stacks…
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