Everybody’s got their weak points when it comes to writing. I’ve got several, but there’s one in specific that always gets me: 3-D motion of bodies in space. Continue reading
No, not the kind traditionally associated with New Year’s, although I’m sure a lot of weirder monsters in folklore owe part of their more bizarre descriptions to whatever the heck someone was drinking. Continue reading
Venom Doc, by Bryan Grieg Fry.
First reaction (to cover and reviews): Say, this looks kind of interesting. Venom, natural history – all kinds of potential storybuilding stuff! Continue reading
One really awesome thing about the internet?
You can look up the requirements to become a private investigator Continue reading
I think a lot of worldbuilding books start in the wrong place. They start with the world.
This was actually my first trial run at making a pendant, to see if the general idea held up.
I was reading a bit of The Monster Hunter in Modern Popular Culture, and stumbled over a few paragraphs that both startled me and, unfortunately, seem to explain a lot. In brief, the author believes horror is enticing because for a short time the audience can imagine themselves as monstrous; Continue reading