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The Trouble With “Action”, by L.E. Modesitt Jr.

The Trouble With “Action” I’ve often been criticized for the “slow” pace of my books, especially by the “action junkies” who expect a fight, revelation, or surprise in every chapter, or at the least every other chapter. Now, I’d be … Continue reading

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