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Using Psionics in Fiction: Nosebleeds, Headaches, & Melty Brains

With the introduction of Dariana, I added a new type of power source to the human templates.  Basically, I opened the door for psionics to enter Windemere stories.  For those that don’t know what that means, think of Professor X, … Continue reading

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Hero Poem: Powerless

Once the strongest of them all Now a mortal man Pitted against villains That have retained their wrath They hold the advantage Yet the hero will not hide Body honed from battles And the mind of a seasoned warriors Gathering … Continue reading

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Call to Kickstarter: The Undone #1

A friend of mine, Michael Dolce, has launched a KICKSTARTER campaign to fund his newest comic project: Rewind your life…24 Hours At A Time. What if you could rewind time? Get a do-over whenever you wanted? Would you use your … Continue reading

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What Do You Think of Minor Powers in Books?

Now, I’m not talking about wielding great magic or superheroes with an array of abilities because those are rather heavy.  I’m talking about this minor abilities that some heroes in fiction have.  Maybe it’s an enhanced sense or the natural … Continue reading

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What Do You Look for in Warriors and Casters?

One of the early challenges I had with writing fantasy is the urge to have Swiss Army knife characters.  The caster could fight without magic and the warrior would gain the ability to cast powerful magic.  I was in high … Continue reading

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