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Saturday, November 3, 2018
Thoughts about Writing (My Opinion)
Politically Correct Fantasy Books.
Is that really a thing?
Every year it does the same thing.
I have a story in my head and a
vision of what the characters will be like, and I write that story, and I write
those characters. It makes me a happy writer. I understand there are certain things
that might make a person’s head explode. I don’t intentionally write those
things, but I don’t intentionally exclude them either.
Freedom: the power or right to act, speak, or think as one wants without
hindrance or restraint.
Writing is my Freedom, and I write
what swirls inside my head.
Independent: free from outside control; not depending on another's authority and not
subject to control by others.
Placating writers walk on quicksand. I
was once up to my neck in quicksand – it’s not a good place to be. The harder I
tried to get out, the more it sucked me in. I was finally able to free myself
when I decided to stop letting it control me.
Writing sensitivity modifications to
appease is dangerous, and it will kill imagination if allowed to fester. A
writer should always write the story inside them.
Fantasy novels are a place to get
away from the real world for a short time and meet strange new people, experience
strange new lands, and to use your imagination. You also get to be subjected to
what is inside a writer’s head. (Terrifying, eh?)
If the book you are reading offends
you, stop reading it. It’s just that simple.
Are you the type of person who enjoys
a story from the heart? I suggest you read an indie authors book.
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