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The Warden of Everfeld: Memento Available in Print Tomorrow

The Warden of Everfeld: Memento will be available to purchase on Kindle and in print from Amazon tomorrow, July 18!

Click here to get your copy now: https://www.amazon.com/Warden-Everfeld-Memento-Steven-DAdamo-ebook/dp/B07FGG23K7Fair warning, the Kindle version of WoEM will increase in price as of midnight. If you’d prefer to pay $2.99 rather than $4.99 for the ebook version, then you still have a chance to do so.

The print version will be available to order for $12.99.

For information about The Warden of Everfeld: Memento, check out this page: https://eveningsatellite.com/warden-of-everfeld-memento/

Thank you to those of you who pre-ordered the Kindle version over the last month. It’s been really encouraging to see a bit of genuine interest in my novel.

And thank you also to the friends and family who have purchased print copies directly from me. Your support and enthusiasm has been the highlight of the last month for me.

I hope you all enjoy my novel.

Once again, here’s where you can order: https://www.amazon.com/Warden-Everfeld-Memento-Steven-DAdamo-ebook/dp/B07FGG23K7

I’m not sure what the next step is now that I’m Published with a capital ‘P’, but I’m really excited to take it. For now, I’m just going to keep writing.

Steve D

Using History as a Story’s Backbone

Over the last few years, I’ve managed to cultivate a few writing practices which help me build my stories. While on an extended weekend vacation, I went back to an old gem and rediscovered its virtues: history.

And no, I don’t mean actually studying real history to tell my own stories, although I also enjoy that. I’m talking about writing history. Continue reading Using History as a Story’s Backbone

Creativity Sessions: Writing Social Issues into Your Story

Throughout my revision process for The Warden of Everfeld: Memento, I have continually questioned the information I am presenting in my story. Is this detail pertinent to the scene? Does the reader care/need to know this? How does this trait affect the character’s personality?

These questions are vital for building real, lifelike characters while also maintaining a fluid and natural story arc. However, at times I have wondered if the trauma or suffering I put my characters through is necessary to tell the larger story. Continue reading Creativity Sessions: Writing Social Issues into Your Story

Friday Write-Day: The Joys of World-Building

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My outlining has really taken off in earnest this week. I definitely have some big revisions in mind for The Warden of Everfeld: Memento, and dropping the synopsis on this site a couple days ago was invigorating. However, I’ve decided to let the alpha manuscript of WoEM (mostly) sit tight through National Novel Writing Month so I can focus on other aspects of my grand writing scheme. Continue reading Friday Write-Day: The Joys of World-Building