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Tweet of the Day: Brave: A Rave, Plus A Question and a Picture ——- So this is the end of Mass Effect. Not just of the last game, but of the trilogy as a whole. Right now, I am of two minds. I am not wholly satisfied with the so called Extended Cut but at […]
Tweet of the Day: A Quick Ode Against “That” ——– First off, The Event is not the Inciting Event, the former sets up the world/universe in which the story resides, the later starts the story proper. They might be the same, but not always so. The Event in speculative fiction range from World War III […]
Tweet of the Day: Writing Excuses 7.26: Q&A at UVU part 2 ——- Season 1 – Dispatch (s.2) 1 – Dispatch 22 – Dispatch 24 ——- Over the Principality of Wales, 9 August, 21:24 hrs GMT My stomach flipped every time the helicopter dipped over a hill. The men around me sat quietly in the […]
Tweet of the Day: 10 Myths About Introverts ——- Rocketships, flying saucers, Mars Needs Women and heroic two-fisted action, that’s Raygun Gothic in a few nutshells. This is the progressive, generally positive future envisioned in Saturday morning serials, 1950’s sci-fi cinema and the like. Although the actual content could be all over the place, it […]
Tweet of the Day: The SFR Brigade Midsummer Blog Hop! ——- “Life isn’t divided into genres. It’s a horrifying, romantic, tragic, comical, science-fiction cowboy detective novel. You know, with a bit of pornography if you’re lucky.” —Alan Moore Novel talk time. As some of you might know, my latest project (non blog related) is sci-fi. […]