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‘Painting Dragons’ will be 99 cents for Kindle on Friday, July 31, 2020

Interested in the trope of eunuch villains? ‘Painting Dragons’ is available for Kindle!

EBook giveaway: ‘Painting Dragons’

Check out the first giveaway for Painting Dragons, my recently published book about the stereotype of eunuch villains. Copies will be delivered as Kindle eBooks. Never read on Kindle? You don’t need to have a Kindle device! You can install the free Kindle app… Continue Reading “EBook giveaway: ‘Painting Dragons’”

Why is Jack Sparrow Obsessed with Eunuchs?

Captain Jack Sparrow (played by Johnny Depp) is enigmatic, charismatic, jovial, and mischievous. He’s an integral part of what has made the Pirates of the Caribbean (PotC) franchise so beloved. Now infamous in the blockbuster cinema canon, Sparrow has been immortalized with his own… Continue Reading “Why is Jack Sparrow Obsessed with Eunuchs?”

‘Painting Dragons’ is born

Painting Dragons book cover image

After decades of research, the book was ready. I put myself into the book, and I accepted the help of editors, an artist, and a coach, without whose assistance I could not have finished this project. Painting Dragons: What Storytellers Need to Know About… Continue Reading “‘Painting Dragons’ is born”

Launch team opens! Learn how you can get a free copy of ‘Painting Dragons’

Why does the “evil eunuch” stereotype exist? How does it play out in novels? Writers: How might you change the game in your novel? Painting Dragons: What Storytellers Need to Know About Writing Eunuch Villains is coming in Fall 2018! This book examines how castrated men have… Continue Reading “Launch team opens! Learn how you can get a free copy of ‘Painting Dragons’”