Tag Archive | urban fantasy

The Knee-Jerk Reaction

Was doing a little internet surfing yesterday and came across a video review of Prometheus. It had the similar complaints I’ve heard in other reviews about the movie not making sense. But it was far more entertaining and, in part two, did some very cool theorizing as to what Ridley Scott might’ve been going for. […]

What’s Wrong With The Wheel?

I think most of us have heard the theories on how many basic plots exist in fiction. Depending on the source you go by, the answer is as simple as one or as many asĀ  . . . well, there isn’t any agreement on how many possibilities there are. And since these possibilities have been […]

The Quest for Conversation

Been feeling blah about social media lately. As little as two years ago, anytime I signed on Twitter there was someone to chat with. It was the MAIN reason I loved Twitter. It totally skipped the friend request process of Facebook and moved straight to the chatting. Like mingling at a party, which is ironic […]

The Power of Done and the Danger of Somethings

Last Monday was a pretty awesome evening. I plotted out the final scene for the next story I plan to write. In the year since the hard truth, I’ve tried to put everything I’ve learned about story structure into this one and I’m quite happy with the results. I daydreamed all day yesterday about the […]

The Hunger Games And Me

I recently read The Hunger Games and I loved it. The main reason being the fantastically awesome heroine, Katniss. As far as underdogs go, she’s one of the best. Extreme family situation? Check. Since her father’s death, she’s had to feed and take care of her severely depressed mother and her younger sister. Katniss is […]