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Silver Dream Sails Again

After a long interval that followed Sail Away on My Silver Dream going out of print, it’s now available again under the Wyzard Hill Press imprint–new cover, new interior, and a few minor changes in the text. I designed this … Continue reading

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Character Arcs & Flaws

In case you’ve not already been taught this, it’s considered mandatory that your hero have a flaw, something for him/her to overcome, something to provide an inner journey while shooting up the world with an AK-47 on the outer levels, … Continue reading

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Writing: Characters, Part II

In Part I, I recommended the Interview Method for building your characters. Today, I’ll post part of a sample imaginary interview that I created in the early days of writing Sail Away on My Silver Dream. Interviewer: …Do you all … Continue reading

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Excerpt, Silver Dream

David talks about his computer game addiction: Chapter 12: The Glowing Screen Calls Me “I spent hours and hours, mostly doing role-playing games . . . I’d make up a character and take him into this big city where I … Continue reading

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