Hey man, I know it’s hard. You’re sitting down at the keyboard, busting out your latest masterpiece, and you’re thinking:
“Man, characterization is tough! What if I just did it for my protagonist and no one else?” Continue reading Can We Have At Least Two Interesting Characters?
Mom gave me a pile of picks from her library about a year ago, including Zane Grey’s Robber’s Roost.
Anyways, I read it, and this is a review.
Continue reading What I’m Reading: Robber’s Roost by Zane Grey
I picked up The Tomorrow Project: Bestselling Authors Describe Daily Life In The Future at Norwescon in 2011. Given my forty book backlog (which I’m decreasing, at least until my December B&N/Half-Priced Books trip), my reading latency shouldn’t be shocking.
Continue reading What I’m Reading: The Tomorrow Project
A few months ago, I wrote an article called Things I’m Sick of Reading. It was a pretty fun jaunt, mostly covering the things in Science Fiction and Fantasy that I’d gotten sick of after reading just one short story anthology. Since then, I’ve scribbled down a few pretty odious phrases for posterity. They’re not necessarily the worst phrases around, but they keep popping up, like sewage-smell after a Baton Rouge monsoon.
Without further ado, here they are:
Continue reading 5 Phrases I’m Sick of Hearing
I started Stephen King’s On Writing on 10/14/2012. I finished it 10/16/2012. For the next two weeks, I debated whether or not I should write about my experience. Such a widely acclaimed author as Stephen King surely doesn’t need my help!
Oh hell, it looks like I’m reviewing this anyways.
Continue reading What I’m Reading: Stephen King’s On Writing