You Should Be Reading Marko Kloos

Yesterday, the second book of Marko Kloos’s Palladium Wars series was released, and in December we’ll get the seventh book of his Frontlines series. Kloos first came to my attention when he was recommended by a friend who generally dislikes military fiction, so I had to check him out. After reading all of his currently …

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3 Things that Make Characters Unrelatable

There’s a lot that sets a good book from a bad book, especially since what makes a book good or bad is incredibly subjective. However, one thing that can destroy the experience for a lot of readers are characters that don’t resonate. A character has to be someone that the reader can relate to; otherwise …

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3 Things to do if You’re Behind in the Last Week of NaNo

We’re in the final stretch of NaNoWriMo, and I’ve been seeing a lot of people who are looking at where they are and are...less than happy with their progress. They’re finding motivation in this last week to push forward and catch the rest of the way up to still win. And that’s awesome! If you’re …

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