Reblogged from gizmodo ~ Charlie Jane Anders . Science fiction and fantasy are genres where almost anything can happen — as long as the author can make it seem plausible, and as long as it’s part of a good story. But that doesn’t mean there are no rules. If anything, the fact that these genres… Continue reading How To: 10 Writing “Rules” We Wish More Science Fiction and Fantasy Authors Would Break
From Twenty Two Words ~ Being born in 1986, I can honestly say that I have never read the book of my year : The Prince of Tides by Pat Conroy. Out of the list, I’ve read a total of 6 books: 1995 — High Fidelity by Nick Hornby 1999 — Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by J.K. Rowling 2002… Continue reading Reblog: Have You Read the Most Popular Book From the Year You Were Born?
The original post can be found here – Opinionator ~ The Most Comma Mistakes BY BEN YAGODA ~ As I noted in my earlier article, rules and conventions about when to use and not to use commas are legion. But certain errors keep popping up. Here are a few of them. Identification Crisis If I’ve seen… Continue reading Hints and Tips: The Most Comma Mistakes
Information from: Witty Feed ~ STORY BY PRACHI SHIROLKAR ~ Long back, physical torture was done to the victims as a demonstration of power and to create awe and terror among people. The strange thing is the character of creativity and sense of pleasure that the torturers could relate to this brutality. Here are 13 most brutal techniques that were devised in… Continue reading Author Resource: 13 Most Brutal Torture Techniques Ever Plotted!
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So, 2017 gave me a lot of time to get things done, but I still fell behind on a lot. I think this is logically because I just piled too much on my plate and a lot of personal, home life, stuff happened to make it harder. I decided to defer my paperback list in… Continue reading 2018 Goals