Into The Heritage Verse: A is Agoranomi

In Heritage Lost, one member of the Oneiroi’s Agoranomi–Kyros Anagnos–is introduced. The Oneiroi, who will be receiving their own entry once we reach “O,” are based loosely off Greek mythology, and so the Agoranomi also have their roots in Greece. They were namely magistrates of the market where they maintained order and policy. Among their duties, they settled disputes, examined of the quality of the articles exposed for sale, inspected weights and measures, collected harbor dues, and enforced the shipping regulations.

Of Francis de Sales, Chaos, Insanity, And Series Bibles

Full disclosure: I’m not Catholic, but I could really use the divine intervention of saint Francis de Sales, the patron saint of writers and journalists — I am both — to sort out the mess my series notes have become for the Heritage Verse, thus saving me from a madness of my own making. WhenContinue reading “Of Francis de Sales, Chaos, Insanity, And Series Bibles”

Live reading tomorrow and Saturday

Don’t forget tomorrow, April 3, and Saturday, April 4, I will be doing live readings at 7 p.m. on my author Facebook page, http://www.facebook.com/smwrightauthor. Friday will be chapter one with chapter two to follow on Saturday. If you miss Friday, don’t worry. I will do a brief recap. Saturday, I will be probably myself aContinue reading “Live reading tomorrow and Saturday”

March Recap: Live readings and more

In an attempt to be a more consistent blogger, I plan to start writing recaps at the end of each month on just my general writing progress, release information, and general life things. The Writing At the end of 2019, I’d created a five-year business plan of goals I want to accomplish from 2020-2025. ForContinue reading “March Recap: Live readings and more”

So I self-published: What that journey was like

I self-published my first full-length novel, Heritage Lost, Dec. 6, 2019. Technically, the paperback on Amazon went live in late November after I was overzealous with my clicking . . . oops. It has definitely been a learning experience that was a lot different from my experience of publishing short stories via KDP — for oneContinue reading “So I self-published: What that journey was like”

Obligatory 2019 Recap & Here’s To 2020

Well, we’re already a month into 2020, so this blog is off to a terrific start in the new year. But I still wanted to get this post of reflection done. Part of me believes I was an incredibly lazy year, but then I sit and really think about all that I accomplished during it.Continue reading “Obligatory 2019 Recap & Here’s To 2020”

Meet Heritage Lost’s Cast: Mina

Mina, 16, may or may not have been named after a popular Reznic singer — she’ll never tell (think of the embarrassing band your parents adore). Truthfully, she won’t say much about her early life before she came into Katya’s orbit. Her parents are a topic strictly off the table. Having been born on theContinue reading “Meet Heritage Lost’s Cast: Mina”

Heritage Lost Release Week

Heritage Lost officially arrives this Friday, Dec. 6.  And running up to its release, a lot of fun activities are planned, including the conclusion of my ongoing prequel short story, The Promise; a few e-book giveaways; and a release day party on my author Facebook page. The e-book version is still available for preorder on AmazonContinue reading “Heritage Lost Release Week”

December 1: NaNoWriMo Recap

Hello, Dec. 1, you arrived pretty fast there. Like seriously. Way too fast. Needless to say, I didn’t hit the 50K marker, but I kind of figured I wouldn’t. November is a horrible month for me personally with a ton of life events packed into it, from my dad’s birthday to hosting a GIFF eventContinue reading “December 1: NaNoWriMo Recap”

Meet the ‘Heritage Lost’ Cast: Katya Cassius

Helming The Maelstrom, much of Heritage Lost is told from the perspective of Katya Cassius. A career military officer in the Res Publica De Magistratus, she has found her career stalled at the rank of captain, but at least, she’s finally received her long-dreamed-of space-faring post with her own ship. The Maelstrom may not be glamorous,Continue reading “Meet the ‘Heritage Lost’ Cast: Katya Cassius”