Black Fields: First Entry

Let's talk a bit about my current writing process. I have mentioned before that the project Black Fields came to (temporarily) replace For Her Moon which hurts me a lot, but it was a necessary change. I would never recommend to work on something else if you have not finished one thing first, because you're never going to finish… Continue reading Black Fields: First Entry

Fortunately, the Milk by Neil Gaiman

"Mum's away. Dad's in charge. There's no milk."Unfortunately, the Milk, is the adventure of a dad (I call him the Not-Gaiman) that went to buy milk for his children's breakfast cereal, and his tea. It takes a lot of time to return home, so when he finally arrived, the kids start asking what happened; this… Continue reading Fortunately, the Milk by Neil Gaiman

Warbreaker by Brandon Sanderson

Sanderson became one of my favorite authors. I consider the Mistborn trilogy to be masterpieces of fantasy literature. I've recently read Warbreaker, and this is not one of his best works. Does that mean Warbreaker is a bad book? Well, let's find out! The story is political and colorful. Though there's something missing in this… Continue reading Warbreaker by Brandon Sanderson

Wheel of Time New Covers

I strongly believe we should NOT judge a book by its cover. The covers should not be the first thing to look at when buying anything, a good cover could be tricky. However... have you seen the new editions of The Wheel of Time? They're not atrocious, until the comparisons are easily available. Spoiler alert:… Continue reading Wheel of Time New Covers

A Sight of the Moon

A sight of the Moon. It is all is left. The sky has turned black and purple. The starts shine differently, and the Moon is reflecting their light. The sun is hidden, somewhere out there, as if Earth moved away from its gaze. A silence embraced everything. A few insects are singing from afar, while… Continue reading A Sight of the Moon

Still a Ravenclaw

My favorite genre in literature is fantasy. And the last time I was so in-depth with a fantasy novel was with the Harry Potter series. A lot of people criticize Rowling for many things, sometimes without a real fundamentals. It is impossible to deny that she carved a good mark in a whole generation of… Continue reading Still a Ravenclaw

My First Novel: Translation (WIP)

Well, it was a quite calm journey. Can't deny one of my biggest weaknesses, and that is the motivation. If something does not go the way it was intended from the very beginning, everything goes down. Everything changed this year, though. The moment I opened this webpage/blog, I realized how much of a stress reliever… Continue reading My First Novel: Translation (WIP)

Project: For Her Moon

For Her Moon is my newest project. Well, my first, considering my previous works have been written in my native language, Spanish. For many years, I had this idea of writing my own stories; you can read more about it on my post related to Earthbound (Mother 2 in Japan). Finally, the first book of… Continue reading Project: For Her Moon