On some TV shows, there are stick-in-the-mud characters. You know the ones. I recently finished Picard Season 3, which has one, and I have to say: the bad wrap is often undeserved.
I don’t think this category needs a lot of explanation.
I am a writer, and I like to write about writing. Posts can be about something I noticed, or learned.
If you don’t write yourself, this category might not be for you, but who doesn’t write at least ocassionally in their work? Not all of my blog posts apply to e-mails or reports, but some definitely do.
Also, knowing more about writing can help you better appreciate novels, or — be warned — ruin them for you.
The Big Crunch theory predicts the death of the universe. But that’s probably not what will happen.
Sometimes authors assassinate their own characters. And I don’t mean physically kill them, but make them do things that are so out of character that they shatter my belief in the story.
Today, I had some fun with a public movie database. What kind of fun, you wonder? Well, I have to explain the word ‘comp’ first.
Two weeks ago, somebody tweeted about how fantasy as a genre is just for young adults. There is so much wrongness wrapped in that tweet… let’s have a look.