It seems like most of the world is escaping into Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
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.
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.
So my NaNo plans have been derailed, and part of the reason is my addiction to Pokemon. I’ve put in a considerable number of hours already, and I have a few thoughts about the new game and the changes that Game Freak has introduced to this 20-year old series.
The finale of Game of Thrones, the biggest fantasy tv series of all time, aired last night, and I have some thoughts to share, and some points of discussion for how the epic story concluded.
There are some things I really don’t like in a story. And here are five of them.
We live in an age where every successful franchise is going to have a prequel, sequel, and spin off thrust upon it.
I’m a bit of an SFF nerd if you haven’t noticed, so I thought it was time I talked about my two favourite genres and explore what makes them similar, and what makes them different.
Worldbuilding is a key element to any good science fiction or fantasy story. But how much is too much? At what point might you be tempting the dreaded Worldbuilder’s Disease?
With the process of getting older, is it possible that we could miss our chance?