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Tag Archives: character generation
I read Neuromancer in 1986, the summer I went to Clarion. The book was a couple of years old by then, but everyone was still talking about it. Those were the days before laptops, when not every writer brought a computer to … Continue reading
I was talking with my good friend Mart about my project of tracing the genesis of Raena Zacari (protagonist of my In the Wake of the Templars trilogy) through her strong female role models. Maybe the quintessential inspiration for Raena … Continue reading
I talked about how ballet inspired Raena Zacari on Eden Royce’s blog: Crafting a Character by Loren Rhoads A well-rounded character draws from many inspirations. Raena Zacari, the reformed Imperial assassin, in my new trilogy was born in ballet class. … Continue reading