The Legend of Nariko: The Mark of Silverfrost 2nd Edition now Live!

Hello everyone! The 2nd edition of The Legend of Nariko: The Mark of Silverfrost is now available on Amazon on both the Canadian and US site! https://www.amazon.ca/Legend-Nariko-Mark-Silverfrost/dp/0995968233/ Also for all of those who had purchased the 1st edition book, feel free to contact me for a free copy of the 2nd edition! Please send me …

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Character Design : How do you write a deity?

While reading Norse Mythology by Neil Gaimen, I couldn’t help but raise an eyebrow at the adventures of Thor, Loki and Odin. We live in a time where characters are expected to be deep and often complicated with various emotions. My first criticism of any story I read is whether or not the characters are …

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The Impact of a Well Designed Character

Have you ever seen the development of a character that was so well done you can't help but think "My god that was beautiful"? I honestly felt that after watching the "Honor and Glory" Overwatch movie from Blizzard. It actually made my eyes well up. If you haven't seen it yet I highly recommend watching …

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The Antagonist : Person vs Person

Recently I've been thinking a lot about the dynamic of the story's antagonist and what that really means. Most books I've read have typically had a forgettable protagonist, just someone for the protagonist to defeat in a battle of good vs evil. But a memorable story tends to have an opposing force that serves to …

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Character Development vs Plot Development

While writing the second book of my series, I've constantly been finding myself at odds with furthering the story. There are plot points that have to happen but finding the route to those points is far more difficult than I imagined. It never occurred to me that developing the plot is different than developing the …

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