Characters Rule! Common Characterization Mistakes

While attempting to write interesting characters, authors sometimes miss the mark and have characters that aren’t quite up to snuff.…

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Wolves of Winter’s Edge Series (Gentry, Roman, Asher), T.S. Joyce: Review

Gentry, Roman and Asher are rogue wolves of mixed heritage and a history of brotherly hate. Their father favored Gentry…

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Characters Rule! Strong, Believable Characters

Writing strong, believable characters can be difficult. The resources below can help authors reach this goal. 33 Ways to Write…

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The Dragon Knight Series, D.C. Clemens: Review

This series consists of The Dragon Knight’s Curse and The Lone Dragon Knight. Mercer knows nothing beyond the fighting arena,…

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Characters Rule! Character Traits and Flaws

The most interesting characters are those most like actual, living people. They love, hate, plot, scheme, worry, fret, argue, etc.…

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Nightstalker Incorporated: The Nightstalker Book 1, Art DeForest: Review

DeForest does a good job presenting characters with traumas and similar baggage. In this case, Dale was introduced to the…

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Characters Rule! Know Your Characters

Books center around their characters. What the characters do is almost (I said almost) immaterial. Like most readers, I am…

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Death Marked: An Urban Fantasy Series (Modern Necromancy Book 1), Justin Sloan and Michael La Ronn: Review

Rohan is desperate to see his dead wife again, and Altemus claims to know how to resurrect her. But when…

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15 Noteworthy Resources for Fantasy Authors – Deities and Religion

Many fantasy settings include deities of some sort, who may or may not directly assist/hinder/communicate with the characters. Authors may…

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The Improper Rescue: Book Release

I found out what I was doing wrong, but now my Amazon affiliate links are working. Huzzah! Sorry … Yay!…

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