Tag Archives: fantasy
Book Release: Tales from Pocatello
Gentle readers, almost a year ago, I published To See Clearly, a labor of love and a labor of many years. As I’ve said before, Bracken was a difficult character to write. I had so many things sitting in the queue while I toiled through getting his story just right. I hoped that after I […]
Posted in Pocatello, Writing Tagged as: books, fantasy, KDP, paperback, publishing, short stories
On Publishing and Rejuvenation
So Diving In came out this summer. It was a great feeling, to finally see this book that I worked on for almost a year finally out there in the hands of the readers. I thought, I better get a start on the third book so I can get it out next year! And this […]
Posted in NaNoWriMo, Pocatello Tagged as: fantasy, Grover Cleveland Academy, Kindle, Nook, Pocatello, short stories
The Soldier and Kerri now avaliable!
I’m proud and excited to announce that my first short story has been published and is ready for your e-reader! The Soldier and Kerri is a fantasy story set in the world of Pocatello. Only .99c to download directly to your Kindle, so why not give it a try? After three hundred years of oppression, […]
Posted in Pocatello Tagged as: Adam Ferrando, e-book, fantasy, Kindle, Pocatello, self-publishing, short story, unicorns
This is it, people! It’s my birthday month! It’s also the month when the first tale from Pocatello will be published. And you probably care more about that fact. The best gift you can give me for my birthday is to buy one of my books and then recommend it to your friends. The Soldier […]
Posted in Pocatello Tagged as: Adam Ferrando, book cover, e-books, fantasy, new series, Pocatello, short stories
City of Orphans: update
So far my characters have been imprisoned, mocked, tortured, and chased out of one country and into another. Can things really get any worse? How about starting the story completely over and rewriting it from another point of view? Yeah, I just did that. Ah, we fickle writers. We can never make up our minds, […]
Posted in NaNoWriMo, Pocatello, Writing Tagged as: Aaron Pogue, fantasy, my writing, NaNoWriMo, Pocatello
A Curse upon You, Jing Dong Ma!
It has been almost twelve hundred years since Jing Dong Ma brought the magic down from the mountains. It is considered a great blessing to be able to hold this magic, to practice wielding its power. But Natalie Lowry sees it only as a curse. While the magic threatens to tear the nations of Pocatello apart, Natalie […]
Stormtroopers can be fantastical, too.
The Stormtrooper Mentality You probably already know that according to the Myers-Briggs personality test, I’m an ISTJ. Part of my personality is to find comfort in rigid structure, so I find comfort in labeling myself, and I have mentioned my personality traits many times on this site. The part of my personality I’d like to […]
Posted in Personal, Reading Tagged as: conceptual editing, editing, fantasy, Into the Flames, Myers-Briggs, young adult