Reading, writing, hanging out with my friends and the occasional game of Candy Crush Saga I admit it! I also enjoy travelling and would love to visit Canada one day. Do you see yourself in any of your characters or do any of them have traits you wish you had? I really admire the huntress, Sienna, and sometimes in my busy life of juggling work, motherhood and writing, I wish I could take off for a long hunting trek all by myself. I heard that Penguin Group Publishing has expressed an interest in your series! Is this true?
Author Spotlight - Kasper Beaumont • Timothy Bateson
Thanks Fros, appreciate it. Lots of exciting stuff are happening at the moment actually. I have just taken book 3 to the editor. I am also planning a collaboration with my son about the adventures of Fandri The Halfling and his bond-fairy.
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I think it would be nice to tell his story as a prequel to the trilogy. My son is 12 and it would be great writing practice for him. Head over to the blog of fellow authors Maria Savva and Darcia Helle where you will find a really helpful list of people gagging to do reviews for indie books! We aim to please!
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So, on to the next question: Which are your favourite authors and what do you love about them? I also enjoy Clive Cussler adventures for the sheer enjoyment and the historical tie-ins. Tolkien naturally. The Anita Blake Vampire Hunter books were also great. Social networking is a great way to connect with other authors and learn about the industry. I like to share lots of art on my webpage, so keep an eye on there for the next art competition. Other things on my webpage include my book reviews, movies I watch and author interviews. I only recently started doing the interviews and really enjoy them.
I would like to fly. Imagine soaring through the air like a dragon or a tiny fairy. That would be most awesome. Kasper J.
Beaumont was born and raised in Australia and lives a quiet life with the family in a seaside town. Kasper has combined a love of fantasy and a penchant for travel in this trilogy. It screeched again and a huge burst of flame whooshed right over the top of the fleeing Vergai. Their thick scaly hides appeared to deflect the flames, but they screamed and howled and ran in all directions. The winged beast flew to where the other Vergai were running with Shari-Rose and it picked them off her, one by one and threw them far into the distance, where they land with dull thuds.
The beast tenderly picked up Shari-Rose in its great talons and very carefully carried her back to the halflings and dwarves. She looked like a child compared to the enormous creature cradling her in one sharp claw. By the light from the half-shuttered inn windows, Fandri, Daeron and Raja could see the beast was a great, grey dragon. Its body was four times as tall as a man and had a thick, scaly hide.
Its wing span must have been about 40 foot or more and the flap of the huge wings brought large gusts of air swirling all around them. Emerald jewels gleamed from under the wings, as though they were embedded in the scales. Its muzzle was long, with wide nostrils, issuing trails of smoke. Shari-Rose stared up at the great beast which had rescued her and was utterly speechless.
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The dragon flapped its gigantic wings and rose up into the sky. It circled the inn once, then flew off in the direction of the Vergai. Kasper J. Beaumont was born and raised in Australia and lives a quiet life with the family in a seaside town. Combining a love of fantasy and a penchant for travel in the Hunters of Reloria trilogy, Kasper started to write on the urging of friends and family and enjoys watching readers become immersed in the magical world of Reloria.
Kasper is a pen name for a rather shy author who is happy to remain unnamed. The Hunters of Reloria trilogy is about the magical world of Reloria where halflings and fairies share a bond. Dwarves, elves, knights and dragons inhabit this country, but their world is about to be invaded by scaly lizardmen and giant Cyclops. They offer a diverse range of both complimentary and affordable products to help the reach of your book go that much further. Having trouble seeing this post or reblogging? Just go to my basic-format blog. Follow Me:. Reblogged this on theowlladyblog. Great feature Nicholas!
Wow Kaz, you must be so excited with the third book coming out!
Elven Jewel (book 1 in the Hunters of Reloria series)
Your email address will not be published. Add me to your mailing list. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Is this a middle grade or a young adult novel? How old are the protagonists and the antagonists? Is there an intended age group? The story sounds very interesting, though sometimes I get tired of trying to pronounce the names people make up for the lands and people. I guess it shows I am not a strong lover of fantasy novels.
Very nice review. I like how you set it up in sections but don't drag out the review like some reviewers er, myself is one of those reviewers.
This series is a young adult to adult series. The human-type characters are aged 15 years old and up.
The story is very interesting, original, and has creative characters. And, yes, I do like my fantasy books. Fantasy has been my favorite genre since I first read, The Gnome Mobile, as a kid. If I was a better book reviewer, I would do my reviews like you do.
Your reviews are very thorough. And too long by many people's perceptions But you can't please everybody.