Homecoming season 2 is a perfect example of why you shouldn’t rush a story, especially its ending.
Whenever I buy a book, I look at the blurb first. Point is – they matter. So, please, can you stop with the spoilers?
Happy New Year, everyone! At the start of 2019, I posted 5 New Year Resolutions for Writers. Since it has been 12 months (12 MONTHS?!) – here’s a refresher: Writers should be the most enthusiastic readers, but let’s be honest, a lot of us… Continue Reading “What My 2019 Reading Challenge Taught Me”
Every writer knows a story needs conflict. Audiences and readers tend to agree, but sometimes conflict can go too far.
I recently got an ARC of Alien Days, a multi-author anthology of science fiction featuring 21 stories. Here’s my quick, non-spoiler, thoughts my personal favourites of the bunch.
While its understandable that adaptations get compared, have you noticed that books and movies get compared even if they’re not two versions of the same story?
We say we want a well-written story, that perfectly balances theme, character development, and plot. But is that really what we want?
Did you know there’s a ton of awesome stories on YouTube? From short films to audio stories, there’s plenty of fiction to enjoy.
Looking for a reading challenge this year? Here’s 5 ideas to spruce up your reading life.
I recently watched Robot and Frank, a bittersweet science fiction drama about an older man struggling with memory loss and his reluctant acceptance of his helper-bot. I liked it overall, except for one tiny detail – the plot twist.