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    I totally agree with you about writing magic, I’ve decided never to use magic but to define anything that is “supernatural” as either a gift of the Creator or something he has set up to work in that world, or something of the enemy, as I believe that it reflects the real world. I think Andrew Peterson’s description of how all that works in North! Or Be Eaten did a fantastic job with helping readers understand that concept.

    Still, I really respect your opinion on it and can wholeheartedly agree that YES! Our writing is for the glory of God!! However God leads you to write for his glory, that is the way that you should write. In the end what we do for his glory is what matters.

    Thank you so much!! I really need to start that blog back up someday… *Facepalm*

    I absolutely wish in EVERY genre worth writing that we had more feminine women in our stories… I know that feminine characters in stories have had much impact on my life and who I am today. 🙂

    Tek an ohta! Tek an cala!

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