Welcome back for another installment of The Blue Honor Vlog. Subscribe to my channel on YouTube. As a subscriber, you’ll get episodes of Shagbottom Theater, updates from the blog, and watch the process of making book trailers. And, if you’re a subscriber, you’ll be first in line to see it all. Start by reading below!
If you haven’t started reading the trilogy yet, you better get started because book three drops in August! This series is no joke. The dark fantasy, paranormal is a wide-awake trip into a myth-soaked, upside down wonderland where monsters are real and they want to eat your soul. Finalist at the Imagine This Women’s International Film Festival in 2020, the story tells the tale of Captain Maiel, a guardian of Zion, who flees after nearly losing her charge, the affects of the experience rippling from her troubled and mysterious past, threatening the very foundations of existence itself.
The action packed series unravels long held secrets and takes the reader through the seven planes of existence to find their keys. A cast of interesting characters will accompany the reader and make them wish they never have to leave for reality. But, rest assured, the reader should return for more than a single read, as the depth of the work will reveal greater details in each sitting.
On this month’s vlog, I talk about the process of bringing this story to the page and how the written form began as a script that eventually demanded multiple books. The art of screenwriting is different from novel writing, but the art forms have shared a long relationship. As you know, book adaptations are a popular route for storytelling on film. Thus, my studies focused on adapting novels to film. Screenwriting is probably ten times harder than novel writing because of the rigid limitations in the form. However, I found, through this project, that screenwriting provided me an excellent starting point for my novels.
Come join me for a brief talk about the script and novels of The Trailokya Trilogy. After that, be sure to get your copies and start reading!
Other Episodes From 2021:
- 2020 Sucked!
- Is There More Trailokya Coming?
- OP-GHO: Operation Ghost
- Now That It’s Spring, What Are You Most Looking Forward To?
- 8 Days in Ireland