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The details of each chapter are created during the writing, though an overall plot controls the narrative. The pacing changes from scene to scene depending on the interest and importance of the events. As long as each chapter adheres to the overall framework, it works for me. I tend to come back and revise, edit, update, tweak, etc. chapters after I’ve written them, so sometimes it pays to reread.

If you like the story, please leave me a comment.

Feel free to remind me if I lose track of something and forget to come back to it, or if there are typos in the text.

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Acknowledgements To

Ryan

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FAQ

If you ask some, I’ll do my best to answer them.

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Other Information

Copyright Notice:

I, Chad Writtenfire, am releasing my work on this site (writtenfire.com and its subdomains) under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works license. See the Creative Commons website for an official explanation at Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License. See specific details below.

Legal Disclaimer:

This work (A Northern Heart), and any content posted on writtenfire.com or its subdomains, may contain mature themes. By registering for an account at writtenfire.com or its subdomains, or by proceeding past the main page to any page except this informational page, or by posting any comments to writtenfire.com or its subdomains, you agree that you are of legal age in your jurisdiction to view mature material and you agree that writtenfire.com and its subdomains are not responsible for any actions that you take. Particularly, if you are under 13 years of age, you may not continue to the contents of the website.

Also, Chad Writtenfire and writtenfire.com and its subdomains are not responsible for any comments or other content posted, uploaded or linked to writtenfire.com or its subdomains by users–the content of all posts remains the responsibility of the original poster.

Feedback Policy

I love feedback. It’s great, and it lets me know what you think of the story. However, in my legal interests–so that no one can make a comment and later claim that something I wrote was derived from a comment they made–I must say here that by using this website and posting feedback and comments on this website and story, you agree to waive all rights to those suggestions and all rights to compensation for them.

This policy has to be up here just in case someone tries to sue me for compensation after having pointed out that I missed a comma or gapped a word in a post or because they think something they said in a comment was similar to something that I later wrote and that they should own the rights to my story because of it.

I am not going to steal your ideas. I have plenty of my own. If you guess at events that will come up in the next chapter…good! I’m thrilled that you’re interested and guessing.

So please do give me feedback. If you give exceptional feedback, I will add your name to the acknowledgments page.

Copyright Explained

My work on this website is published under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License. Click the link for an official explanation.

Specifically, this means:

1) You are free to download and share this work with anyone you like, as long as you include my copyright [URL address, my name, title of work, and date copied from site], do not alter the content of the work, and do not earn any profit from it.

2) You may download copies of the work and print it off for your private use, as long as you do not derive profit from it.

3) You may not change the content of the work in any way or attribute it to any other author.

4) The no-derivative works clause means that you may not alter, transform, or build upon this work. This includes writing any works yourself based in this universe, etc. See clause 5 for a limited exemption.

5) You may create fanart and fanfiction for this work, provided that you do not attach it to the work or imply that it is my work in any way. However, by creating fanfiction and fanart and using this universe, these characters, this magic, or creating anything related to this work in any way, you agree to waive all rights to that work. This doesn’t mean you give me those rights (except to publish the story on my site if you submit it, and to move it around, reformat it, etc.), but simply that you can’t do anything legally with the story (like publish it or sell it) without my permission. It also means no one can claim fanfiction inspired a chapter or sequel that I write.

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Fanart and Fanfiction

For those interested in fanart and fanfiction, simply send me an email and file or link and I would be happy to host them somewhere on this site, subject to my moderation. See the policy above.

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