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Fashion and Fiction with Our Guests C.S. Boyack and Lisa Burton

The doorbell rang at the writing cabin, and Lisa Burton the robot girl answered. “Charles Yallowitz, what brings you out here?” She gave him a huge hug. “Hi, Lisa. I was talking to Craig about fashion in fiction and he … Continue reading

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Visiting Bor’daruk

Yesterday I posted a poem about a city that has been mentioned in Legends of Windemere since the first book. Bor’daruk is the desert city to the south of the Serabian Kingdom and a big trade area.  It’s where Kira … Continue reading

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Uses for Food in Fiction

I think many authors overlook the versatile uses that food can have in a story.  It doesn’t have to be the central focus like in the manga ‘Toriko’ where the entire story revolves around discovering new foods and recipes.  (Great … Continue reading

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