Monthly Archives: November 2014

The name is…Hynrair Laithugz

I wrote this post for another website. It generated some interest, so I’m re-blogging it here. Don’t you want to wince at the name in the title? Character names are important in fiction. They help create an atmosphere. They reflect … Continue reading

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Are you First Class?

A post for the Insecure Writer’s Support Group In February 2014, one of the best known American literary agents Donald Maass published an article in Writer Unboxed. In it, he discussed the state of the publishing industry as he sees … Continue reading

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Inter-Literary Fantasy Cafe

The Inter-Literary Fantasy Cafe is always full. It’s a meeting place for characters from different fantasy novels, created by different writers. A hobbit can meet a werewolf here. A dragon can chat with a vampire. A fairy and an elf … Continue reading

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