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Update: Stonebearer’s Betrayal

These last few weeks I’ve buckled down and been working through a draft of my novel, Stonebearer’s Betrayal.  I’ve finally reached the phase where the story has taken its final shape and now it’s a matter of making all the … Continue reading

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Phase One of Editing Done!

I am happy to announce that last night I finished phase one of editing my book, Stonebearer’s Betrayal.  This includes checking the following: Concept integrity Continuity/timeline problems Point of view voice issues Character individuality Need for filler sections Obviously painful … Continue reading

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Creating a Fictional Government

Fantasy novels almost always have some dealings with the laws of the land.  Most of the time the main character is either upholding them or doing their best to break them.  For fantasy writers out there this means that there … Continue reading

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