Reasons to read The House in the Old Wood, No. 6

10 Jun

You like people. It’s really easy when you’re writing a fantasy novel to make the setting the star of the story. Or to focus on the plot, or perhaps even some rare artifact with mystical powers (oooh, shiny!). I’m not saying that’s bad; some readers are looking for stories like that. In The House in the Old Wood, I focused on the characters. Reading the book, you’ll meet people you’ll enjoy spending time with. People who have real struggles and emotions, who make mistakes and say the wrong thing and generally are just trying to get along in life, like you are. If you want a story about people, read The House in the Old Wood.

Do you have any favorite characters from books you’ve read?

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