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Andrew Wood — Magic: the Lifeblood of Fantasy

Welcome back Andrew Wood, one of our regular contributors, with his own spin on magic and why it fascinates us as readers. Magic, in essence, is a word used by authors to describe whatever powers govern the world they’ve created. … Continue reading

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R. Todd Henrichs — Imagining More…

Today, R.Todd Henrichs returns to talk about the two main types of fight scenes: Sword fights and epic battles. Want to know how to make your fight scenes exciting and fun to read? Read on to find out his 4 points for … Continue reading

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Byron Gillan — An Argument for Brevity

Today, author Byron Gillan adds to the discussion about the two main types of fight scenes: Sword fights and epic battles. To read more by Byron, go HERE.  “He dreamt an old dream, of three knights in white cloaks, and a tower long … Continue reading

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