Legion by Brandon Sanderson

I picked up a sweet audio version of this novel. There is something about a “mentally unique” character that makes both the moody person and the writer in me rejoice. Talk about candor, (see previous post on candor) Sanderson allows Legion to embrace his character flaws and use them to his advantage. What you get…

Candor

    So I am reading an entry in “The Daily Writer” by Fred White. April 3rd’s entry is titled “Candor”. Candor, according to dictionary.com means: “the state or quality of being frank, open, and sincere in speech or expression; candidness: The candor of the speech impressed the audience.” Anywho, White points out that it is important to not “overlook the blemishes, the distasteful quirks of your characters’ personalities and actions.” He states that showing…