Tag Archive | promises

TV Tropes Monday: Driving Question

  Tweet of the Day: Writing Excuses 10:7: Who Are All These People? ——- I written and even created a video about the importance of Premises & Promises in a narrative:     The promises in a premise arise in the form of questions also known as the Driving Question(s). While the tropes page adjudicates […]

Lessons from the Aether: Babylon 5

Tweet of the Day:  All Alone in the Night: When Babylon 5 Invented 21st Century Fandom ——– Ah, Babylon 5, the quintessential sci-fi series of the 90s.  There are a lot of reasons for it, some which can be seen if you follow the link above. But this is about applying lessons to writing and […]

Space for Rent: Premises and Promises

Tweet of the Day: Strings of Retaliation – 2b – Closure ——- prem·ise  (prms) n. also prem·iss (prms) 1. A proposition upon which an argument is based or from which a conclusion is drawn. 2. Logic a. One of the propositions in a deductive argument. b. Either the major or the minor proposition of a […]

TV Tropes Day: The Shocking Swerve

Tweet of the Day- Pen and Paper: Better than All Things Digital —– “Think of it this way: if Russo was managing the local Pizza Hut, you’d order a pizza and they’d deliver a newspaper. Sure, it was a surprise, but it didn’t make much sense, nor did you want to order from them again. […]