Help! My Story Has the Mary-Sue Disease (Print)

I forgot to do this: Yay - the book is now available in print!

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Help! My Story Has the Mary-Sue Disease (Kindle)

I was going to wait with posting this until the Print and Epub versions were also available, but I'm still waiting on Ingramspark for something and it's already been two days since this was published. So you'll get more posts like this in a few days (hopefully) when the other forms of the book become …

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False Flaws and Further Frequent Fictional Fuck-Ups

Sometimes when I read fiction I get the feeling that the only genre where authors believe in characterisation is drama – stories which hinge entirely on human flaws and interactions. All of the others (romance, humour, sci-fi, fantasy, adventure, mystery, even historical fiction; which really should know better, etc) come across as more interested in …

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