First Post

Posted: August 10, 2012 in Details about my books

Greetings, imaginary readers

This is my first post on a new blog, as you can see with your imaginary eyes. So. How does this normally work? Should I tell you about my dream? Well, I didn’t have a dream last night, or at least, I didn’t have a dream that I can remember. Should I tell you about my dreams for the future? I want to be a successful author. I’m at page 300 in my book, and I’m almost finished. Fantasy, mind you. I’m not smart enough to write a purely philosophical book, or a non-fiction, or a regular fiction… Not yet, at least.

So, yes.

Goodbye, imaginary ladies and gents.

  1. Fodwocket says:


    It feels a little odd to leave the wonderful world of imaginary things and delve into the tangible for a while. However when I came across your review of The Way of Kings, I really had little choice.

    Have you read any of Brandon Sanderson’s other books, or perchance seen his lecture series on the art of writing fantasy and science fiction? If you haven’t, you really should, OR ELSE, as you said rather vehemently about The Way of Kings – as was, of course, proper.

    Also, grats on being 300 pages into your novel. I’m a writer myself, and I appreciate the effort that must have taken. Good with your writing career ^_^


    • jinsane says:

      Thank you very much. I’m really excited about it. Are you writing anything yourself, as a fellow writer? -insert secret handshake-

      I’ve pretty much read every one of Brandon Sanderson’s books pertaining to fantasy, and I loved all of them. I might write a review soon enough. Again, thanks for reading my ramblings and for the congratulations about my writing.


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