Category: Writing Advice

Who you gonna call? Women!

In honor of Ghostbusters, which I’m finally going to see this weekend, and the BS storm that surrounded its trailers and very existence, I thought I’d talk about something that’s always kind of irked me in a lot of major—mostly fantasy, but sci fi… Continue Reading “Who you gonna call? Women!”

Tornadoes, Earthquakes, and Floods, Oh My!

Today’s post is going to be shorter due to its inspiration: Acts of God. That’s what the insurance company classifies various natural disasters, much like the one I had Wednesday. Don’t worry, no one’s hurt though a neighbor’s truck and shed have seen better… Continue Reading “Tornadoes, Earthquakes, and Floods, Oh My!”

Don’t Forget the Rules

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For the inaugural post, I thought I’d talk about perhaps the most important part of any secondary world, whether it be science fiction, fantasy, or paranormal: obey the laws of your world. Nothing is more vital to the reader’s ability to suspend disbelief and… Continue Reading “Don’t Forget the Rules”