Writing Good Tie-In Fiction: Put every writing advice survivorship bias caveat you’ve ever heard here

I love writing tie-ins. My licensed Star Trek and Alien books are some of my favorite works. However, writing advice requires me to be blunt. Please remove your fan hats...
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Writing Good Tie-In Fiction: Put every writing advice survivorship bias caveat you’ve ever heard here

Associating with Antiheroes

I have written before about the fact that many readers delight in a well-written antihero. But… why? Why do we enjoy reading stories which feature characters who teeter on the...
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Associating with Antiheroes

REVIEW: The Boys Season 3

Chances are, if you’re tuning into The Boys S3 – you’ve seen the first two seasons and you’re ready for more outrageous adventures with Billy Butcher, Hughie, and the rest...
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REVIEW: The Boys Season 3

REVIEW: The Garden of Empire by J.T. Greathouse

The Hand of the Sun King was the first-person autobiographical recounting of Wen Alder's formative years. As The Garden of Empire mentions quite early on, there is still much of Wen Alder's story...
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REVIEW: The Garden of Empire by J.T. Greathouse

An interview with Foz Meadows

Foz Meadows is Hugo award, Nora K. Hemming Award, and a Ditmar award for their essays, reviews, short fiction, and stories. They have appeared in everything from Uncanny Magazine to...
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An interview with Foz Meadows

An Interview with Wesley Chu

Wesley Chu is an author who needs no introduction. He has been writing in science fiction and fantasy for over a decade and is the creator of the Tao series,...
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An Interview with Wesley Chu

REVIEW: Slaying the Dragon: A Secret History of Dungeons and Dragons

Dungeons and Dragons and its parent company in the Eighties, TSR, had a fascinating story that has mostly been shared around by gamers at cons as well as word of...
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REVIEW: Slaying the Dragon: A Secret History of Dungeons and Dragons

REVIEW: A Feast for Crows by George R.R. Martin

A Feast for Crows is the fourth and most polarizing volume in George R.R. Martin’s epic grimdark series, A Song of Ice and Fire, which began with A Game of...
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REVIEW: A Feast for Crows by George R.R. Martin

REVIEW: Dragons of Deceit by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman

Many years ago, I stumbled across a book called Dragons of Autum Twilight, book one in the Dragonlance Chronicles. There was a dragon on the front (I'm a sucker for...
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REVIEW: Dragons of Deceit by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman

REVIEW: Strange Cargo by Patrick Samphire

Mennik (Nik) is back and in even bigger trouble than usual, in the third installment in the Mennik Thorn series. Strange Cargo was one of my most anticipated books of...
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REVIEW: Strange Cargo by Patrick Samphire
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