I love to write stories about diverse casts, with differing views and histories, all of them having something to offer. I love super hero stories, but always remember, more interesting than the powers, is the personality of your character and where they come from. I like to be as helpful as I can be.
My story preference is generally adventure that either explores topics in a new light or that doesn't always need to be taken seriously. The quickest way to lose my interest is to not have interesting characters. I'm a firm believer that a story about two guys in a featureless room can be good, as long as the characters are awesome.
To my politics, if you care, I'm right wing I suppose, MRA even, but that's rarely relevant to my stories. To me "diversity" means, again, different views and history, not different genders or skin colors. Honestly, characters will or will not have different appearances depending on their back stories and personalities. A different looking cast is just natural if there's enough innate difference between characters. If you have a problem with a cast being all black or all white, its you who has the problem, not the story, long as the characters are still truly diverse. Don't focus on appearance, focus on what really matters, the inside.
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- JoinedSeptember 15, 2017
Torkuda Apr 24, 2020 01:15AM
https://66.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m42zqfKnZ61r2jiaxo1_540.jpgAnd one more thing, ANY fan of mine, if you got the audio book or not, if you can, please put a review down for my story on the audible...View all Conversations