Monthly Archives: October 2014

My Left-Brained Creative Urges

ShareTweet I’ve been spending a lot of time these last several weeks engaged in what I call left-brained creativity. Its opposite, right-brained creativity, is a little more what you’d expect from a fantasy writer – inventing plots, putting words together … Continue reading

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Blood Makes the Corn Grow

ShareTweet I finished reading Chuck Wendig’s Under Empyrean Sky last week. I’ve been meaning to read one of his books for quite some time now. I’ve long been a fan of his blog, particularly his assessment of the role of … Continue reading

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A Man of Many Faces; a Face of Many Women

ShareTweet Orphan Black’s second season was a lot of fun – lots of twists and startling revelations (some spoilers ahead). It seems to have learned the necessary lessons from shows like Lost and Heroes that started out with a thousand … Continue reading

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Arts and Crafts

ShareTweet I had intended to blog about the second season of Orphan Black this week. Or maybe it is time for an update on the roughly 10,000 words of Kingmaker‘s sequel that I wrote in the last week. But no, … Continue reading

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