The only thing I know for sure is that I don’t pay attention to if they are labelled ‘prologue.’
We all want to write what we’re passionate about, but sometimes that’s not as simple as it sounds.
This week, we’re discussing how technology functions, or doesn’t function, in a fantasy setting.
We’ve all seen stories get sequels, even when they really weren’t necessary, but what about the reverse?
You’ve finally got that story published, and readers love it.
The definition of a hero changes over time.
A good reveal can be the high point of a story, but a bad reveal can ruin everything.
A few weeks ago we talked about how space opera has held up in the face of advancing technology and a changing culture.
Where does Evocation end and Abjuration begin?
Space opera has always had a tenuous relationship with science, from sound in space to the main deflector dish.
All the fantastical species you know, and some you probably don't.
These stories stumbled out of the gate, but they managed to find their stride later on.
We all enjoy a shambling horde of walking corpses, but what about the more intelligent varieties?