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Can Dungeons & Dragons Help You Write Your Novel?
Some people consider D&D to be the pursuit of anti-social high schoolers and thirty-year-old virgins. Are they correct? This author argues that D&D didn’t only help him write his first novel. It gave him a methodology. Continue reading
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