Interview with Leisl Kaberry Part 2

This is part 2 of the Interview with Leisl Kaberry.

 

Leisl 086Any fun facts about you that we do not know?

I did almost two years of my schooling from a roadhouse in the desert at the top of Australia. My school was in Port-Hedland, a three hour drive away and so we used the School of the Air service. My lessons with my teacher were done over a two way radio with my class who were kids who were scattered all over the Pilburra (NorthWestern desert area). We would have a half hour radio lesson and the rest was correspondence. Instead of being able to access a library, a big box would be delivered to our house every month or so full of all sorts of books to read. It was like Christmas when it came.

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Guest Post: My Process of Writing by Leisl Kaberry

Leisl 086When  I first started seriously writing I would just sit down, write  and see where it went… I mean I had the main storyline in my head but on the road to getting there I would just fly by the seat of my pants. It was a bit random and I never knew what was going to come next, which was always exciting. However in writing the second book, I refined my process a bit and began with a whole lot of plotting. I use the program Scrivener to write and organise my files and so when I sat down at the laptop with thoughts of where the storyline was going to go in the next instalment, I set up a file for each chapter and scene and wrote a small synopsis for each. It actually made the flow of writing much more fluid. As I would come to the end of one chapter, I didn’t have to give too much thought about moving on to the next. I would simply read my notes, have a brainstorm as to how the chapter would play out and move on to writing it in a very planned and orderly fashion. Of course things still changed along the way as ideas grew, developed and presented issues or questions that needed some resolution, which meant it was just as exciting, because even with such plans made, I was constantly surprised by where I found myself. Continue reading

Book Spotlight: Titanian Chronicles – Journey of Destiny

Journey of Destiny - Leisl KaberryPublisher: Leisl Kaberry

Released: September 10, 2013

Genre: Fantasy

Afeclin walked nervously to the entry of the cottage. He held his breath as he passed over the threshold. A little cradle was the only piece of furniture left in the building. Afeclin touched the cradle delicately with one finger. All of a sudden he fell backward onto the floor as an image of the fire burst into his mind… He had seen a horrified face that screamed amongst red hot flames. Found beyond the Elvin borders, Afeclin, a human child, is taken in and raised by an Elvin King. Now grown and longing to learn about the mystic arts, he embarks on a journey back into a land now unfamiliar. Accompanied by his elvin friend, Wolflang, they leave their homes to seek out their destiny. Unbeknown to Afeclin and Wolflang however, the warlord, Moorlan and his confederate, a dark mage, are preparing to bring war to the peaceful Land of Marrapassa, putting their lives and those they care about, in danger.