The Healer's Legacy, the ground breaking fantasy release from author Sharon Skinner, is on sale this holiday season at various eBook retailers. Here are the details for you! Book Profile Page at publisher Brick Cave Media: brickcave.media/index.php/books-by-genre...
Brick Cave Media, the publisher for The Healer’s Legacy Trilogy, has announced a Kickstarter beginning June 1, 2020 and lasting until July 15. The goal is to raise the $ to turn (at least) 3 of their fantasy books into audio books.
The Healer’s Legacy is one of those three books! Here’s how you can help make it happen:
Brick Cave Media, one of Sharon’s publishers, is supporting the Mesa United Way COVID-19 Support Fund with a special donation of books and gifts. Dubbed the "Crate of Dragons and Magic", the crate includes a complete Healer’s Legacy Trilogy, signed by Sharon, a plush Wyvern dragon,...
My new year of writing and teaching is off to a great start. On January 6th, I signed an agreement with the Arizona State Library Association to become the 2017 Summer Writer in Residence at Scottsdale Public Library. I will be providing a series of six creative...
When writing, I start from character, not simply because I think it’s a great place to start—although, for me, it’s mostly character engagement that keeps me reading (or writing) a book or story—but more so because that’s just the way my brain works.
So, when describing the landscape/creating the setting for the book, everything I see is filtered through the eyes of my characters. This is a huge plus in developing voice and for showing the character’s emotional journey, because the world the reader sees is from the perspective of the characters living in and experiencing it.
I have been here and there, doing this and that. So here’s a quick update on what’s been going on in my world.
A huge shout out and thank you to Book Shoppe proprietor extraordinaire, Lady Ann Chamberlain. (She’s also an international bestselling author. Check out her website here🙂 This year’s Arizona Renaissance Faire appearance was another resounding success. Not only did I meet and speak with a huge number of new readers, as well as some fine aspiring authors, but I also received the Prince’s favor (and some lovely flattery). Huzzah! And I would be remiss if I did not thank my incredible assistant, Jen LaBuzz. Jen, I’m so glad your arms did not fall off!
As with every new book or writing project, there are a lot of things I learned writing The Matriarch’s Devise. However, one of the key things I grew to understand on a deeper level is how much trust it takes to bring a story to life and send it out into the world. Here are five things I learned about trust while writing the sequel to The Healer’s Legacy: