This post will explain bad analogies like a gull would explain how to fly. Did you get that? No? Agreed, it was a pretty terrible analogy. You don’t want your writing to smell of this. But what should you do then?
The Last Witch Hunter was released at the end of last year. It currently holds a 6.0/10 rating on IMDB and is generally regarded as a bad movie. Is that deserved, and if so, what could have been done differently? Like a promised last week, let’s have a look.
Roleplaying is one of great traditions of Fantasy and Science Fiction nerds. The most important person in a D&D game is the game master. To help budding (or experienced) game masters along, here are some tips for game masters.
I was recently in a course on situational leadership, and one of the things that I was told about was the DISC assessment for profiling people. I immediately wondered if this could be used to analyse fictional characters. Read on for my findings.
Dracula Untold tells the ‘other side’ of the tale about Dracula. Sort of. Let’s have a look at this re-envisioning of the Dracula Myth.
Completionism is a term mostly used in computer games for the drive to complete every objective in a game. This drive to complete and collect everything is what fuels the Pokemon franchise. With Pokemon Go now being an official hype, I thought I’d look at completionism in storytelling.