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About marcherwitch

I like books with happy endings. I like books where the couple doesn't get broken up by one of them getting killed off. I intend to write more of these books.

From the World Up – Episode 3 – Prostitution

Hullo! New episode of my world-building podcast, this time about Prostitution.     https://anchor.fm/fromtheworldup/embed/episodes/From-the-World-Up—Prostitution-e1k37k Advertisements

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From the World Up – Deserts

Link to podcast on Anchor   In this episode I focus on deserts and desert cultures, hopefully helping you out with your world-building along the way!

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From the World Up – Episode 1 – Slavery

Link to episode on Anchor Here is episode 1 of my new podcast, From the World Up. It’s a world-building podcast, and this episode is meant to help you consider ways to work slavery into a sustainable model for your … Continue reading

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From the World Up

Hullo! I have started a new podcast with hideously amateurish equipment and attitudes, to talk about world-building. I want to use my vast array of otherwise useless knowledge about the medieval era to help other people with world-building in a … Continue reading

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#Alpha or #Asshole

Love ’em (we do!) or hate ’em, we can all agree the alpha male is a huge part of romantic fiction. @marcherwitch talks about the right and wrong ways to portray an alpha hero, defining them as either an #Alpha … Continue reading

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Writing about the welsh #ownvoices

Why:   So I’ve spent the last months freaking out about writing black- and brown- skinned characters in my Morocco set romance series. I started out just wanting to write about an area I’d enjoy reading about, but which lacked … Continue reading

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His Housekeeper’s Golden Eyes

“Please, Important Man,” she chided, narrowing her eyes and scrunching her nose just a little. “I know everything.” She leaned once more on the fence, and he found himself wanting to stay and ask her what else she knew. Then … Continue reading

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