I’ve been reviewing a load of movies, but I haven’t done enough in-depth reviews of books, which is bad for a writer’s site. To remedy this, a review of Brandon Sanderson’s Way of Kings. Above is a slice of the cover art, as created by Michael Whelan. Continue reading “Way of Kings review”
I’ve been playing Dungeons & Dragons and other role-playing games for two decades. As a storyteller, I’ve found that role-playing a character or running a session has a lot in common with running a string of writing exercises, with immediate, sometimes in-your-face, feedback. Continue reading “Role-playing for writing”
I went to see the Hobbit 3: the Battle of the Five Armies yesterday. I found it to be a fitting ending to the series. Much better than the prequel trilogy we do not speak of. Of course, no matter how good I think a movie is, I always take the story apart and see what works and what doesn’t, because, you know, I don’t have an off switch for that.
This review will contain lots of spoilers. If you haven’t seen the movie or read the book, go do so, then come back here. Seriously, it’s a good movie. Continue reading “Review – The Battle of the Five Armies”