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A Hot Blogging Magician

I’m not a statistician. I’m not a mathematician, nor even a magician.

I’m a writer, which does take more magic than math. Yet, Word Press (my blog server) sent me the stats for my most popular posts the past couple of years. 268 more words

5 Situations Which Make You Consider The Existence Of A Writing Angel #writers #amwriting

  1. Mood Changer. This is when writing magically lifts your dark mood. You start to feel happy again as you fill the page with words. All your non-writing troubles are banished and your world feels like a brighter place.
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Elements of the story: Crafting magic systems

I am thrilled that Tad Williams is writing another series of books set in Osten Ard. Tad is an author who  absolutely understands the craft of writing fantasy. 828 more words

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WorldBuilding: Crafting Magic

“He will hear my call a mile away. He will whistle my favorite song. He can ride a pony backwards, he can flip pancakes in the air, he will be marvelously kind and his favorite shape will be a star. 923 more words

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Fairytales With a Twist

Gail Carson Levine (1947 – present) is and award-winning American author of young adult fantasies. Ella Enchanted (1997) was her first novel, and my first introduction to her work though I discovered her over a decade later. 365 more words

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Free Writing: The City

I’ve felt a little bit in the rut with inspiration for my Varken story. A little bit like I’ve been dragging my feet. So I’m taking a little break to do some free writing and other writing exercises to get the juice running again! 415 more words

How I Write

Words & Writing Magic

“She was fascinated with words. To her, words were things of beauty, each like a magical powder or potion that could be combined with other words to create powerful spells.” 39 more words

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