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Writing Tracking Scenes: Happens More Often than One Expects

We’ve all been there.  Stalking an enemy until we find the perfect chance to strike or discover their hideout.  Then the author falls asleep or gets bored and throws the entire scene into chaos. Having one character follow another can … Continue reading

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August Interview: Ichabod Brooks the Adventuring Family Man

If you had the choice of any occupation, what would you actually like to be? . I’m good at carving things up, so maybe a butcher.  Not one that owns livestock since I can barely keep a pet turtle alive.  … Continue reading

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August Interview: Luke Callindor the Forest Tracker

If you had the choice of any occupation, what would you actually like to be? . Well I never had any skill in the forge and I always liked being in nature.  I think I’d enjoy being a regular tracker … Continue reading

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Senses in Writing: Smelling the Invisible Scents

The usage of scents, aromas, odors, and smells in books is very interesting.  In a visual medium, you see a person’s reactions and that helps you figure out what’s going on.  In a book, you need to be told this.  … Continue reading

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