Author: Josiah DeGraaf

How to Write the Worst Fantasy Novel Ever

We’re going to be honest. This video may not be able to tell you how to write the worst fantasy novel ever. Because there are too many published novels already jockeying for the spot. But we’re going to do our best. Because what else are we supposed to do on this channel apart from giving (un)helpful advice? Music Credit: Andromeda Coast Other Videos In This Series: How to Write the Worst Allegory Ever How to Write the Worst Fight Scene Ever...

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How to Write the Worst Fight Scene Ever

Yeah, we know. Kingdom Cinema videos are supposed to come out toward the beginning of the month, not toward the end of it. What can we say? Sometimes it takes a while to get a video just right. This video went through three different scripts and two re-shoots to get it just right. Now, however, it’s finished—and Daniel also gets to reveal if he was able to get his own KaPeeFer shirt. Click below to watch us spoil all the writing tips you thought you knew about writing fight scenes. Music Credit: Andromeda...

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Why Most Modern Christian Allegories Fail (and How to Prevent This)

As of this Saturday, I’ve been reviewing submissions at Kingdom Pen for four years. During this time, I have seen several trends in content that’s submitted for publication. Few are as prevalent as allegories. Roughly half our fiction submissions are allegories of some form. But I can count on one hand the number of allegories I’ve approved to be published over the past four years. Simply put, most modern Christian allegories are terrible. Somewhere along the road, it seems that Christian writers began to believe that traditional rules of writing compelling, three-dimensional characters and subtle, non-preachy themes don’t apply to...

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We Have the KaPeeFer T-Shirt!

You asked. We listened (or Daniel listened at any rate). And now it’s here. That’s right. We’ve got the KaPeeFer T-shirt. Watch the video below as Daniel announces its release as only he could. Buy this limited-edition shirt before July 31st by clicking this...

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To Whom the Future Belongs

Serena could change the future. Most days it wasn’t all that interesting. She’d see a potential future in her dreams where she’d break a pitcher or lose a button and, upon waking, simply take a different set of actions to avert the mishap. A far cry from the days of her youth when a warlord had tried to use her powers to win conquests. But Serena didn’t mind the slower pace. It was better when people’s lives didn’t rest on her ability to alter the future. She’d become accustomed to leisurely visions of village life. But then she foresaw...

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