How important is showcasing diverse characters to you as an author? Oh, you have no IDEA how much it matters to me.
I realize I'm a bit behind, but I have good reasons for this I read the first 3 a couple years ago, all back to back and I really enjoyed them at the time I was getting a bit tired of hearing the same reasoning behind everything Harry does.
It made sense at first Maybe I'm too used to the opposite in Steven Erikson, but I had to take a bit of a break. One thing's for sure, you can wait as long as you need to pick up another volume of the Dresden Files.
Well, volume one, Storm Front, deals with magicians; volume two, Fool Moon, deals with warewolves; volume three - demons. So, what then does Summer Knight deal with? Obviously this isn't a perfect summary There are two main faeries, summer and winter, and they're not friends.
The summer knight, an officer in the summer court of faeries, is found dead and Harry Dresden is called in to investigate. Of course nothing is as it seems and through Harry's cynical sense of humor and constant battery in which Harry is beat to a pulp on numerous occasions The cards keep getting stacked against Harry, especially now that the Red Court is after him after the fiasco in Grave Peril Book 3 and his own wizard's White Council has their own problems with him as well.
This was a hard book to put down, especially for the first and last hundred pages. The middle was a little slow, especially since Harry still has no clue what he's doing, but overall it's a quick read. Why Read The Dresden Files? Harry Dresden is a hard character not to like.
He gets knocked down and he always gets back up. He tries to do what's right no matter the situation and no matter who gets hurt Add to that a well-planned and realized magic system and it's one great seriesFire in the Dawn: The Twin Skies By Justin Fike.
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An empire in turmoil. A gathering storm. Kyren e’Cania is the last son of a fallen House, raised in secret in the shadows of the city his family once ruled. I love writing the first chapters, then love the ending chapters even more.
But hands down my favorite part is being able to say, “The book is out and you can read it right now!” That trumps everything else. Jim Butcher on Writing.
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Carles Pams. Feature 5/5(1). I am, as I have previously noted, a big fan of Jim Butcher’s long-running series about the modern-day wizard Harry Dresden, a.k.a. The Dresden Files. The stories and characters are great fun and. For anyone who doesn't know, this is Jim Butchers writing advice.
It's a long list and it's pretty inclusive. I enjoy most of it quite a bit. Jim Butcher is this incredible author.
He spoke on how he got started, and how horrible his writing used to be. He stated that he finally took some classes at the local college and followed the advice .