Category Archives: Questions 3

Questions 3: The Heart of a Franchise

Seems like everything coming out is either a reboot, reimagining, rewrite, or something that involves a pre-existing franchise.  This isn’t about originality being dead and nobody wanting to take a risk on a new franchise.  Instead, I’m thinking about how … Continue reading

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The Four Horsemen of Writing: Procrastination

It’s tough being an author.  You don’t always find the time you would like to write your stories and most people see it as a hobby.  Ideas will turn on you too.  The amount of pitfalls can be daunting and … Continue reading

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Questions 3: Summoners and the Summoned

We’ll see how this goes.  I couldn’t think of another way to end this topic since it’s fairly simple until you get into specific details.  Let’s try to answer questions from both sides of the coin here. How would you … Continue reading

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Questions 3: Handling Imposter Syndrome

So, we’ve gone over what Imposter Syndrome is and how it can be triggered.  Maybe it can happen without us identifying it right away.  No matter the case, we need to find a way to handle this powerful sensation.  An … Continue reading

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Questions 3: What If You Woke Up in a New World?

As authors, I think we imagine ourselves in other worlds to begin with.  It might not be us exactly, but we exist in these worlds through our characters.  So, the concept of an Isekai isn’t too farfetched.  Probably why it … Continue reading

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Questions 3: Perfect Vacation

Summer is a time for vacations.  At least if you can afford one both in terms of money and time.  This year isn’t seeing a big trip from me because of other expenses, which has me thinking.  Where would I … Continue reading

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Questions 3: Your Writing Space

I toss this topic out from time to time.  Mostly because authors can be very particular about where they work.  Some are homebodies and others function in public.  Some have designated space to work while others go wherever they can … Continue reading

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Questions 3: Anybody Having Any Luck with Marketing?

I’ve got nothing here.  For a long time, I’ve felt that one needs tons of money to succeed in marketing an indie book.  Another way is to send out tons of freebies in the hopes of snagging reviews.  Yet, Amazon … Continue reading

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Questions 3: Writing from Trauma

Originally, I was going to write at length about this concept.  Then, I thought it would be more beneficial to open up the floor after a small discussion.  Everyone handles trauma differently and writing directly about it isn’t always the … Continue reading

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Questions 3: The Power Up for You!

This might be more difficult than I assume.  Being someone who has played video games since childhood, I’m used to temporary Power Ups.  Others might not be so quick to think up anything.  So, take your time if you want … Continue reading

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