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Writing

How to OutPerform AI Generated Stories

Many writers are complaining about artificial intelligence’s influence on content generation. With the ability to generate stories, posts, and tons of content quickly and efficiently, social media is awash with comments lamenting how writers, and other content creators, won’t compete or survive.  It’s simple. Do better.  While AI-generated content can be efficient, and even useful,

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Lewis and Tolkien

Writing fantasy is a blast, and I’ve already touched on the wide array of influences in an earlier post. Today, I want to introduce the two men who paved the way for the fantasy genre and my writing, J.R.R. Tolkien and C. S. Lewis. (I know that a short post is an insult to their

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Writing

The Power of Emotion in Fiction

Listening to many podcasts and professional authors, I’ve repeatedly heard them preach the value of emotions. Sure, a thrilling plot carries a reader through a story, and excellent characters bring depth to the story, but emotion brings the reader deeper into the story. I just finished reading Chapter 7 of Bloodline from Will Wight’s Cradle

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