Posts Tagged ‘trouble in the elf city’

Blog tour to meet new children and YA authors

Monday, September 2nd, 2013

Thanks to Stephanie Fowers http://www.facebook.com/…/stephaniefowers.wordpress.com/ for asking me to be apart of this awesome blog tour! By following the links, it’s a great way to discover new authors for children and young adults. Feel free to browse and get to know them. As part of the tour, Stephanie asked me to answer these four questions.

1.  What are you working on right now? (more…)

Talking about great books for Summer Reads

Monday, July 8th, 2013

Great Summer Reads

I am Anna del C. Dye and I write high fantasy books for Young Adults. I have six YA books published in paper back and electronic format. “The Silent Warrior Trilogy” is the door to this series. Book one “The Elf and the Princess” is also available in audio book. “Trouble in the Elf City” is book two and book three is “Elfs in a Conquered Realm.” They are available at all major outlets and my website. http://www.annadelc.com

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Shahira and the Flying Efs is published

Monday, July 1st, 2013

I am Anna del C. Dye and I write high fantasy books for Young Adults. I have six YA books published in paper back and electronic format. “The Silent Warrior Trilogy” is the door to this series. Book one “The Elf and the Princess” is also available in audio book. “Trouble in the Elf City” is book two and book three is “Elfs in a Conquered Realm.” They are available at all major outlets and my website. http://www.annadelc.com

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How to name your characters

Tuesday, June 1st, 2010

Every time an author writes a new book names for all the characters are needed. The meanings of names are very important to the personality of the characters. If you want your character to be a strong giant, don’t name him Mouse. If you want a slow shy character don’t name him/her Brain.

How do many authors get inspiration for their names? (more…)