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Lee Dunning: The Multi-Layered Antagonist

The Multi-Layered Antagonist A guest post by Lee Dunning When sitting down to design your characters it’s easy to get wrapped up in your protagonist(s). They’re the good guys, the heroes of your story, and it’s fun to beat them … Continue reading

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J. Lenni Dorner: Why I Write Fantasy

J Lenni Dorner: Why I write Fantasy I write fantasy because I love creating new worlds and unusual species. The natural style of my writing flows toward a dark side, and I have a love of throwing in that which … Continue reading

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Seven-Pointed Something or Other

Seshat is one of my favorite goddesses. She rules over writing, architecture, libraries, building trades, astronomy, astrology and mathermatics. Although subsumed into Thoth as the patriarchies blended into older religions, she was the lady of the Library, the one who … Continue reading

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Have you had a brain-gasm today? One of the most fun things to do as a writer is to brainstorm about a new story, about who the characters are, what kinds of predicaments they get themselves into, and how these … Continue reading

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Answering the Call

Part of wish craft is doing the action steps that present themselves, even if answering that call to action involves hauling oneself out of bed at 4 am and pecking at the keyboard. The call must be answered. Continue reading

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