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The Analytical Eye

I have always loved writing. I enjoy talking about it and learning about almost as much as I love doing it. I think you only stand to gain if you never stop studying and discovering more about the art form … Continue reading

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Reality is a lovely place, but I wouldn’t want to live there.

In one of my earlier posts, What’s Your Genre?, I contemplated what it might be that attracts people to certain genres. I couldn’t really come up with a certain conclusion other than it being a combination of life experience, luck and … Continue reading

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Spice and Realism: writing the Love Interest

As the feast of St. Valentine is drawing nearer, it has got me thinking about the concept of the love interest in fiction. It is something I only decided to put into my story recently, or, when I say decided, … Continue reading

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What’s in a Name?

I find when writing a story, particularly since working on this fantasy novel, what a double-edged sword the act of naming can be. A character’s name can tell you a lot about them, if you choose. Their name can lay … Continue reading

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