Movies, books, and even video games all spring from writers’ heads. Hopefully the story will engage you, and will be worth the time spent. In practice, this is often not the case. In those cases, the translation from writer’s head to story clearly went wrong.
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.
Horizon: Zero Dawn has been out for a few years. But, I’ve already explained I skipped the Playstation 4, and I decided to not get it for PC but wait for the Playstation 5 and see if I could get it cheap. What do you know? Horizon: Zero Dawn came out for free on Sony’s Play-at-Home initiative last month.
Villains can be very bad, not bad as in evil, but bad as in terribly written. Villains can make or break a story, even more so than heroes.
Good dialogs can make or break a story. The funny thing is, one of the things that make dialog great, is that you don’t notice it.
If you make something, you want it to be perfect, right? That goes for writing, painting, cooking, and just about anything you can apply yourself to. The thing is, if you look closer, it turns out it’s a trap!