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Fantasy Fights: Hannibal Lechter vs. Joker~~ Episode I

Fantasy Fights: Hannibal Lechter vs. Joker~~ Episode I

These are two of my all time favorite characters, hands down. So this is how I believe such an unlikely and yet undeniably epic encounter will play out: [Keep Reading]

Play on Words….Or is it Word Play?

Play on Words….Or is it Word Play?

While it is much faster to abbreviate words when texting, it is sadly contributing to a rapidly shrinking vocabulary for much of the cell phone generation at large. [Keep Reading]

Point Of View: Writing in First Person

Point Of View: Writing in First Person

When writing fiction, an author has to choose which point of view the story will be presented in. First person is the manner of telling the story from the view-point of one of the characters in the story. Interestingly, it is unnecessary for this character to be the protagonist or main character, [Keep Reading]

CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT: RACIAL PHENOTYPE TRAITS

CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT: RACIAL PHENOTYPE TRAITS

Whatever the world you build, if you have humans or humanoids, likely you are going to have more than one race. While you may be completely familiar with your own race, you may not be thoroughly so with ALL of the traits of other races. With this in mind, I hunted down a bunch of resources to aid [Keep Reading]

RESEARCH RESOURCES: Science Fiction

RESEARCH RESOURCES:  Science Fiction

Since Muse's aren't supposed to play favorites (at least this Muse doesn't think so..) I realized I need to put some work into supporting our Sci-Fi authors in their world building efforts. Therefore, I'm in the process of finding resources that would aid you in building your literary worlds. [Keep Reading]

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