Don Quixote and Modular Storytelling

Image: Don Quixote battling the windmill is from Wikimedia Commons.

Recently, I finished reading Character Development and Storytelling for Games by Lee Sheldon. The author has a long history of working both in the games industry, as well as in television and fiction — enabling him to draw directly form his own personal experience in a variety of mediums.

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Author, poet, and game writer, talking pop culture, movies, and games while waiting for the zombie apocalypse. (She/her) Newsletter: tinyletter.com/andreablythe

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Andrea Blythe

Andrea Blythe

Author, poet, and game writer, talking pop culture, movies, and games while waiting for the zombie apocalypse. (She/her) Newsletter: tinyletter.com/andreablythe

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