Logos & Mythos Blog

Welcome to the LOGOS & MYTHOS Blog! This is my virtual home for thoughts on reading, writing and all things literary. Get cozy, prop your feet up and sip some hot tea with me as I share my Indie Author journey. Subscribe below to receive each weekly post right in your inbox and check out this post for the story behind my unusual blog—and Press—name.

Virtual Learning for Writers

Virtual Learning for Writers

Are you a writer? Do you like to learn? Do these topics catch your eye—Creating Memorable Characters, On Writing Plot, Viewpoint and Dialogue? Are you a Christian who seeks to infuse your faith into your writing? If you answered yes, then get ready! About the Master...

Training to Write Fantasy

Training to Write Fantasy

When an athlete prepares to enter a competition or join a team, he or she trains hard. They eat right. Consuming the right calories is as important as doing the right exercises for a serious athlete.  Scholars train their minds before taking intense evaluations. They...

#NotBored

#NotBored

As I’m writing this, most of the United States is under stay-at-home orders from the government, thanks to Covid-19. Our lives have been upended. Each family has become homeschoolers overnight. Many people have lost their jobs. Some people have more time on their...

Heart’s Castle Entombed

Heart’s Castle Entombed

This story continues a series of short fiction exploring some of the Faerie Shepherds and Shepherdesses within my fantasy world. Read below the story for further explanation and head over to the Tales of the Faerie Shepherds if you’d like to read more!   Its...

New Fantasy Book

New Fantasy Book

Isn't it GORGEOUS?!?!?! I cannot wait to read more from Elizabeth's world! Read more about this novella below. If you'd like to know more about the author and her debut novel, Strayborn, check out this interview I posted a while back. Keep scrolling for more on the...

Indie Authors and the Case of Creativity

Indie Authors and the Case of Creativity

Creativity may be one of the greatest gifts humans enjoy. And, while it is undoubtedly a gift, it’s one that must be exercised, developed and nurtured.  Indie Authors—like all writers and artists—rely on creativity for our very livelihoods. One fear we face is a loss...

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Joy E. Rancatore's books on Goodreads
Any Good Thing Any Good Thing
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ratings: 12 (avg rating 4.83)

The Crux Anthology The Crux Anthology
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