Posts filed under: Story & Character Development

Aside from questions about the characters, most of the questions, comments, and reviews I receive after fans have read The Spirit Breather are about the setting details and the world I created. As much as I like to pride myself on...
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Nothing can make me read the day away quite like a classic tale of good versus evil, and for me (and most readers, I would argue), a well-crafted, three-dimensional villain is a must-have in order to keep the pages turning....
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I have heard several authors compare writing a novel to raising a child. First, an idea takes root inside and grows into a unique plot that explores the nature of life and truth. Then, the author spends months, or even...
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