Archive | April 2011
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Tweet of the Day: How To Become a More Self-Disciplined Writer ——- So what happened this week? Let’s take a look: Sun- Plagiarism is not a good thing, ummkay! Mon- A bit of real world politics. Are your heroes Freedom Fighters or Terrorist? And can you tell the difference? Tue- The City as an Urban […]
Tweet of the Day: The “Villain Spectrum”: Creating a Layered Antagonist ——- P.1 – P.2 -P.3 – P.4 – P.5 –P.6a – P.6b – P.7 – P.8 – P.9 –P.10 –P.12a –P.12b – Aftermath ——- –Data Port Access Open– -Updating Data on Malone, J. Detective, Chicago Police Department, Arcology Precinct- #&$^#!#—+#!#$#$!!-Data Corruption- -Reconstructing Data 33% […]
Tweet of the Day: Use a Question to Create an Unforgettable Opening Chapter ——– Apologies for the lateness of the post. No post on Thursday, but I will update The Gate early on Friday so you don’t mix your fix! 😀 ——– Intro – Dispatches – 1 – 2 – 3 – 4 – 6 […]
Tweet of the Day: Seven Wonders of the Ancient World- Part 3 ——- The City. It the Urban in Urban Fantasy,even though not all UF has to happen in a city, more likely than not the City is still there. The City might be of the authors creation or one ripped from real life. But […]
Tweet of the Day: Nebula Nominated Novellas ——- Everybody loves the underdog. No better antagonist to test your heroic MC than an evil government that oppresses the masses and has overwhelming sources at its disposal. But war is a dirty business with all the collateral damage, fight for survival and trust issues. And then […]