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The Writer’s Spellbook


by Lillian Csernica on August 1, 2017

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One of the most important elements of a fantasy novel or a game world is the magic system. A logical and consistent magic system will do a lot to help improve the quality of the story… A better magic system means a better story, and a better story means more readers!

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Whether you’re a writer or a gamer, a graphic novelist or an historical reenactor, The Writer’s Spellbook will give you step by step guidance in making the crucial decisions that will bring your fantasy world to life.

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Come and See Me at RadCon!


by Lillian Csernica on February 9. 2015

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, I’m happy to announce that I will be making my first guest appearance of 2015 at RadCon this coming weekend, Feb. 13th through the 15th.  Yes, that’s right, you can come on over and hang out with the writers, artists, media pros, gamers, cosplayers, fans, and all the other cool people who will be gathering at the Red Lion Inn in Pasco, Washington.

Friday

As part of the RadCon Guild’s ongoing support of local schools, I will be participating in presentations for Language Arts classes.

7 p.m.  Opening Ceremonies

Saturday

3 p.m.   Reading — “A Demon in the Noonday Sun,” soon to appear in Twelve Hours Later, the convention anthology from Clockwork Alchemy 2015.

6 p.m.   Panel — Heroes with Handicaps

How to write believable heroes who have to overcome physical or mental challenges, and may even turn their handicap into another tool at their disposal.

Sunday

10 a.m.  Panel — The Magical Atheist

How is is possible to believe in magic, but not in a theistic religion? Come find out in this panel which seeks to examine a magical world view that is consistent with both science and the idea of god(s).

 

RadCon does a lot to bring the wonders of science fiction and fantasy to the younger generation of readers, writers, and dreamers.  I’m proud and honored to be part of these efforts.

 

 

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