Just breath. I’m hearing that a lot lately. But people have to be careful about saying a phrase like to a musician, or in my case former band kid. These are not shallow breaths, the ones people are trying to get me to stop by saying “just breath.” Breathing in to support music is no Read more about Breath… and March on[…]
This is too good not to share. Check out Mette Harrison on facebook on Writing What you Fear. Things have a strange way of coming together, timing, coincidences still pilling within a small time frame. I am going through some stuff, which has made me even more introspective then ever. I’m also planning the end Read more about Climbing that inflection point of life[…]
I want to tell stories about heroes, but not in their heroic moments. Not even entirely in being a hero… …though there are some moments on this. It’s about heroes finding their way. That is why some of it is their life. The story to attain and remain heroic. But to what end? I don’t Read more about Heroes in training[…]
So who is ready for the movie coming out this month? You know, the one that obviously influences the stories I’m writing? This was a funnier intro when Legend of the Sword was still releasing in March, but that’s moved to May now. Don’t worry, we’ll get back to Guy Ritchie’s new take on King Arthur Read more about Influences: Let’s go (go, power rangers!)[…]
I am Helen Savore, your host on this journey I hope we can share. If you’ve found your way here, you probably know me via a conference, or facebook, or twitter, or… well I’m not sure after that. But just in case let me tell you a bit about here and a bit about me.
I formed Oberon’s Forge Press two years ago now to publish my work – a Contemporary Continuation of King Arthur’s Court. I’ve developed a wonderful world of what-ifs, combining concepts that were just begging to be explored and I hope you eventually enjoy. I call the series Tales of the Faerie Forge, but it will be split into several arcs, exploring different heroes, times, and development in the mythic and mundane worlds. […]