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What Do You Look for in Character Code Consistency?

You ever read a story and the character does something that seems out of place?  Maybe the noble hero flat out killed someone for insulting him.  Perhaps the villain laid waste to an entire town and left the school alone … Continue reading

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Morality and Fiction

I might run the risk of getting into trouble here, but it’s something that I want to write about.  Morals and ethics within a fantasy setting are an interesting pitfall.  The nuances of these categories differ among groups and individuals.  … Continue reading

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The Art of the Betrayal in Writing

Another topic that Misha Burnett suggested was writing about the ‘Betrayal’ scenes that happen a lot.  This is a tough subject because it has been done very often.  There are many opinions on this, so I’m not spouting gospel here.  … Continue reading

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