I write speculative fiction (which is what happens when fantasy, sci-fi, and horror make a baby... and, in my case, Nanny Lore raises that baby). The name of my website, What-Are-They.com, came from the question I intend my readers to ponder.
I also wrote a reference book for writers. It sprang from a conversation where a friend asked me what an agent meant by "settings that feel like characters." Years of being a DM in RPs gave me significant insight. By the time I got to the end of the explanation, there was the basis of a book (and a month of blog posts for the A to Z challenge). It's a book about preparing to write settings that feel like characters. It is NOT about how to write settings, or how to write characters, or a manual on what to do once you’ve fleshed this particular type of character out.
Introduction posts are HARD! Here's an "about me" that sprang up from the OA Mad Libs post.
J Lenni Dorner is a fantasy author who has written about everything from immortality to sociable dragons and has won publication in the Philadelphia Inquirer for an essay. J is happily married and living in Pennsylvania. The author was a student at PSU and has enjoyed spelunking in Crystal Cave, drinking Yogi tea, and horseback riding with some Lenni Lenape elders. J aspires to become the first novelist to write a book while living in a submarine under the waters of Lake Erie.
I'd love to connect with you online.
FAQ page for Debut Authors: http://jlennidornerblog.what-are-they.com/debut-authors/
If you're a debut author who is ready to be interviewed, get in touch with me! If you're anyone else, tell me about your favorite ice-cream.
My current favorite ice cream is Breyers Chocolate/Vanilla/Strawberry Ice Cream. I can't say it will be my favorite a month from now, though! I love to mix Oatmeal with it. It's my kind of Smoothie Bowl!!
I'd love for you to elaborate on what happened when you hugged a maple tree!?
I became a sticky, sticky mess. And then there were ants. And grass. And then some hair got ripped out.
People have used tree sap as pitch glue for a very good reason. (Though pine is more well known, maple is sticky...)
My favorite ice cream is cookies and cream, but until they come out with a gluten free version, I can't have it anymore. :(
My favorite ice cream would probably be strawberry but I do like neapolitan ice cream, you get a little bit of a couple of flavors at once :):)
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