My life (and blog) are still under a considerable amount of construction at the moment, but I thought I’d pause for a bit and explain how I’m trying to get things in order. Routine really is the key to happiness.
It’s traditionally a faux pas to harshly review the books of fellow authors in your genre, and I felt like discussing why that might not be a great idea.
What’s happening is important, and it’s not a time to be silent. We need to speak up.
Writing is hard. And despite being an avid consumer of fantasy fiction, crafting a magic system of my own has presented me with some difficulties.
The first line is important, so I’m taking a look at the opening lines for twenty-five of the most popular fantasy novels.
Success is not spawned from nothing. It’s the result of a lot of hard work and a constant dedication.
I’ve always found character sheets have made writing harder for me than they’ve made it easier.
My writer brain and my reader brain have one thing in common – we like to over-analyze everything. It’s especially fun with sci-fi and fantasy, so I decided to combine the two, and discuss some of the most popular sff books.
Creativity is a lie and ideas are cheap. Welcome to a Brave New World.
This was an ending to an epic, 9-film journey spread over decades, and I’m definitely not the only one with a few things to say about it. These are my thoughts on the finale of the Skywalker Saga.