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LIVING IN A MAGICAL WORLD – THE ADVANTAGES

FAIRYTALES WITH BITE

Living in a Magical World – The Advantages shares some reasons why being in a magical environment can be a good thing.  You can genuinely get to work for the fairy government and destroy things magically and get paid for doing so.  Why?  To improve spell efficiency!  And if you ever wanted to be able to talk to animals and they to you, the magical world is the place to be.  Just be prepared for them to have better conversation than you might have though!

THIS WORLD AND OTHERS

Facing Something New looks at how easy (or otherwise) your characters and you too as a writer find this.  I know I find it helpful to have a writing routine, for example, but there are times I have to change it due to life events and so on.  This used to flummox me but it doesn’t now.  I accept it as one of those things and I will always resume my writing routine when I can.  But how well do your characters take to having to do something new?

FACEBOOK PAGE – GENERAL

An age old writing question tonight – which is the most important, character or plot?  See if you agree with my thoughts.  Comments welcome.

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FACEBOOK PAGE – FROM LIGHT TO DARK AND BACK AGAIN

I was interviewed last year by fellow writer and friend, Jacci Gooding.  One question I thought would be good to share on this page was “how do you think you’ve evolved creatively?”  Fantastic question and great to answer.  See my thoughts on the topic.  (And how do you think you’ve evolved creatively?!).

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The wonderful world of stories... Image via Pixabay.

The wonderful world of stories… Image via Pixabay.

 

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