I’ve been meaning to dissect a book for sometime on this blog. I feel that, as a writer, you can’t really get good at writing until you’ve… Read more “Reading Like a Writer – Cinder by Marissa Meyer (Intro)”
This is a general post of mine. I’ve been thinking about this for awhile, but I think I’m going to try to do this. As anyone who… Read more “General Direction with Blog”
I remember seeing all the bulky television screens and outdated Polaroid cameras, seeing cars fly through streets illuminated by neon lights, with huge-ass Atari logos glaring down at all like Big Brother.
But not a single cell phone, laptop, or even digital-based piece of technology.
I browsed the net for some time this morning in search of some article articulating my biggest writer insecurities. I looked for the words that relayed all… Read more “5 Writer Insecurities”
HG Wells is often overlooked by science fiction fans. A lot of fans tend to praise Isaac Asimov, Arthur C Clark, Heinlein, Herbert–a lot of great writers… Read more “Revisiting War of the Worlds”
For a genre fan like me, modern cinema is a mixed bag. In the last few months, some damn good science fiction has been released. We’ve had… Read more “Lots of Sci-Fi Films…Little Fantasy”
A few weeks back, I decided to revisit Ursula le Guin’s Earthsea series. The decision came after I started listening to this BBC Radio interview with le… Read more “Rereading the Earthsea Series – Thoughts on Wizard of Earthsea”
I’m a huge fan of the X-Men. I’ve been reading the comics since I was a wee lad ,watched the cartoon religiously, and parked my ass opening… Read more “Where are all the Gay People in Fantasy and Sci-Fi?”
So recently I decided to try running a D&D campaign. I have been a nerd for some time, so obviously I’m into D&D as well. Even been… Read more “Playing Dungeons and Dragons Again After Reading Fantasy Nonstop for a Year”
About four or five months ago, I became interested in the planetary romance genre of sci-fi. Actually,this is a bit of a lie. It was actually Edgar… Read more “Sci-Fi Editorial – Why the Planetary Romance Died”