Month: August 2016

August 26, 2016 / Smells

Bad Analogies

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?

August 19, 2016 / Reviews

The Last Witch HunterThe 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.

August 12, 2016 / Games

Role-playing

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.

August 5, 2016 / Writing

Heads

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.