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Poetry Day: Breasts and Blood

(I remember this one causing a small uproar.  I’ve made posts about this topic too.  Boils to down to a simple fact.  Society glorifies violence and death while demonizing sex and nudity, which is how you make more life.  I’m … Continue reading

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Upping the Sex in a Series

I’m going to tackle this one right off the bat.  There’s a reason that this weighs heavy on my mind with War of Nytefall: Ravenous.  Actually, it’s a few reasons: Desirae Duvall’s main business hub is a brothel. Desirae Duvall is … Continue reading

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Sex & Violence: What’s Your Limit?

I’m scheduling this in late December and praying that I’m not doing something important on the day this goes live.  Sex and violence in fiction is such a hot button topic that it would be wiser to avoid them entirely. … Continue reading

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