Tag Archives: sensitive topics

Questions 3: Writing About Hatred

Setting this up in March, so I don’t know how messy Monday went.  Hopefully I’m not reopening barely healed wounds or subjecting myself to more fighting.  After all, hatred, racism, anti-Semitism, homophobia, transphobia, and all of the other words for … Continue reading

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7 Tips to Using Addiction in Fiction

Kind of strange to end the War of Nytefall: Ravenous promo posts with this subject, but here we go.  It was the biggest challenge of the story, but I think I learned a lot when doing it.  Nothing is perfect and that’s … Continue reading

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Touching on the Sensitive

You have set out On a path of scars and tears To bring a subject That delves in shadows Into the light Whether people wish to speak Or ignore the social plight * Using fiction as your soapbox Weaving the … Continue reading

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Touching on Sensitive Subjects: How Do You Do It?

Way back in Legends of Windemere, I touched on a few sensitive topics such as torture and rape.  I didn’t go too deep on the second one, but it was there thanks to Stephen Kernaghan being a sick, evil bastard.  Not really … Continue reading

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