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Dawn of Eternity, Gothic, Reading, spirituality, Vampires, Writing

The Importance of Soul

Specifically, in our characters and the stories we write. I'm actually going to start with something that, I think, few people probably think about, even though it is pretty integral. Harry Potter. Yes, the stories we all know (and generally love) about the boy who lived. A story about magic, good vs evil, owls, and… Continue reading The Importance of Soul

Dawn of Eternity, Writing

Character Discussion: Dunarys

So, do Vampires really turn into dust? Not what you think If you have read the other character discussions (or better, the book), you probably know that Dawn of Eternity contains a diverse range of characters, each with unique stories and backgrounds. Dunarys is no exception, especially when he comes from the other side of… Continue reading Character Discussion: Dunarys

Dawn of Eternity, Vampires, Writing

Character Discussion: Vladimir

In a way, he felt like one of those stars at night; a distant friend who on this occasion had come to Earth. No darkness without light I'm sure for many of us, the name Vladimir invokes traditional Vampiric ideas and styles, but as an author I like it; it is a strong name that… Continue reading Character Discussion: Vladimir

Dawn of Eternity, Writing

Character Discussion: Tanith

Tanith found beauty in the land around her and a sense of belief in herself when she was alone; if the stars were watching, she liked to think she could watch them too. A dream, yet not Although Dawn of Eternity is written mainly from the perspective of Morgue, it is certainly not like that… Continue reading Character Discussion: Tanith