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7 Tips to Using an Unreliable Narrator

The Harley Quinn series is what prompted this topic.  I stumbled onto people complaining about how some villains were being shown in the series.  They thought they were too goofy or made to be stupid.  Other people eventually arrived to … Continue reading

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Dealing with Narrator Bias

The terms ‘Narrator Bias’ and ‘Unreliable Narrator’ come up from time to time.  In general, they denote that a story is being told with a skewed point of view.  You get a sense that you aren’t seeing events as they … Continue reading

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Goal Post: Don’t Look at Last Week

Yeah.  Let’s not look at the goals I set for this past week.  Homework with son, puzzles, and tax stuff were the only accomplishments.  It took me all week to write one chapter section because of what I’m going to … Continue reading

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Questions 3: Making Your School of Magic

Figure I’ll use today to let people have some fun with Wednesday’s topic.  This doesn’t even have to be solely for fantasy authors.  Not that I know a lot of those, but I’ve found that many people don’t even try.  … Continue reading

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Poetry Day: Decanters of Eporwil

(This is a fun poem that I made for a future character.  I haven’t entirely figured out what to do with her, but a key point is that she is connected to these magical decanters.  These are artifacts from the … Continue reading

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Magic Schools Beyond the Norm

Two of the anime my son and I have watched are ‘Fairy Tail’ and ‘Black Clover’.  We finished the former and are halfway through the latter.  He loves these series because they have magic.  I enjoy them too.  It took … Continue reading

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The Bedlam Duo Paperbacks and eBooks Available!

. . . . . . . . . Let’s end this on the lesser known series.  Crossing Bedlam and Chasing Bedlam came about from me wanting to write an R-rated adventure.  It takes place in a blocked off, collapsed, dystopian United States.  … Continue reading

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Goal Post: End of Another Quarter

The second quarter of the 2022-2023 school year has ended . . . Time is going by quickly, but it’s also dragging.  Not sure how that’s possible. Anyway, I have to admit that I didn’t get much in the way … Continue reading

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Time to Populate the Dungeon . . . On a Budget

Dungeon Master–  Time to get my lair ready.  What do we have on the list? Contractor– You wanted to order some monsters.  Got the list right here. DM– Excellent. Let’s start with the entrance. Contractor– I have some gargoyles on … Continue reading

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Poetry Day: Death to the Remixer

(Forgot which remix set me off on this one.  Probably went overboard, but I really hated the new version.) The horror that you made Thinking you have skill With an ear made all of tin All I hear is noise … Continue reading

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