I am not what you would call the poster child for poststructuralism or anything like that. What I DO have is a passion to create entertainment and share it. And I have found that the easiest way to accomplish both of these goals is through the medium of writing fantasy/fiction novels. So, just bear with me as I ramble on about how I’ve found pulling myths from the past to be the best way to influence today’s fantasy novels.
We had the pleasure of interviewing Camela Rider and Krysta Valanche of The Talisman series for our first ever character…
The world of dragons and knights is becoming more intricate. Brett was quite creative in designing this world, so kudos to him.
I was jealous while reading the book. I want such an adventurous life too. Why can’t I be a dragon or a knight?
It’s a complete package and more with sibling rivalry, a little romance, tons of action, and unexpected twists in the story.
Brett Salter is the author of The Talisman series. The Rising Tilde had the opportunity to interview the author about his books, his writing and what readers can expect in the future.
11 short stories in one book!
A fast paced young teen book packed with adventure and mystery. Amazing characters and humorous, colloquial writing. Need I say more?
Kathryn mentions that one of her main aims is to help people understand that you don’t have to hit rock bottom to recognize this addiction and transform yourself. I believe she has accomplished this.
… This book couldn’t have come at a better time. When we’re all in quarantine and stuck at home, and there’s nothing but distractions everywhere, we need a book full of tricks to keep us or get us back on track.