The death of a character is an emotional roller coaster for most. Some people will say it adds spice and excitement to a story however it can also do the opposite. Depending on the character, it can be intensely depressing or it can bring about a somber peace. With the exception of stories involving resurrection, … Continue reading Why Character Deaths aren’t necessarily a good thing.
Never thought I’d find myself writing an article like this, but after reading Shadowmancer by G.P. Taylor I found the inclusion of Christianity rather jarring. It was too much at the forefront of the novel rather than an element of the world building. It came off as rather heavy handed in my opinion and lead … Continue reading Religion in Narrative Storytelling