The friction in America is not between Republican and Democrat or even liberal and conservative, It's between the city and the country. It's the fact that policy is always going to be driven by the needs of large urban centers since that's where most people live. When Trump talks about making America great again he's … Continue reading The City and The Country
Anyone who writes knows it's a challenge just to put pen to paper or finger to keyboard. The difficulty is enough already but if your body and mind aren't in the right place it can make creativity almost impossible. I speak from experience. My relationship with writing has existed almost as long as mine with … Continue reading The challenge of Writing
Putin is a dictator, not a president. Can we please stop calling him that? He was only a president when he was first elected to office. Since then the russian "democracy", with real big air quotes, has been nothing but his personal political playground.Anyone confused by the situation in Ukraine should just find a book … Continue reading Tyrant Putin, not president.
Cancel culture has shown more and more that we need to be able to separate the artist from the art. Yes, the artist is part of their art but while they will always own it financially, They don't own it emotionally. Everyone who's ever connected with the character and the story has emotional ownership. Once … Continue reading The difference between the artist and their art
The polarization was just fading from the force screen as the ensign stepped out of the lift onto the bridge of the Das'Tari. Where the raging light had been a few seconds ago, now only the inky black of vacuum was left. He approached the captain's raised dais and knelt placing the three fingers of his right-hand flat across his forehead.
It began in the night. The south wall collapsed and the water came rushing in. It was caused by one of the small limbs from a sky-toucher. It took five Hundred of us to move it. We lost almost two hundred to high wind and the water pounding all around.
Four times as much dialogue as Skyrim! If I've played Skyrim for ten years then I'm gonna be playing this game the rest of my life. https://www.gamesradar.com/starfield-has-over-four-times-as-much-dialogue-as-skyrim-and-todd-howards-favorite-speech-system/
The idea that AI art is something to fear is laughable. They give out awards for art but at the end of the day it's based on what a small group viewers think. It's just a different style of art. I have no more fear of AI than I do of any human writer. If … Continue reading AI artist who won competition says art world is ‘in denial’ about the tech | PC Gamer
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The main antagonist of my upcoming novel, The Midnight Angler, is a sociopath who manipulates people to his own ends. As a result, I have been studying the character traits of sociopaths. Here are nine common traits they share. https://www.bustle.com/p/the-9-creepiest-manipulation-tactics-sociopaths-often-use-9696031
For the last five years I have been in the process of writing a detective mystery novel set in 1935 and these murders play a large part in the backstory. Anyone interested in turn of the century true crime will find it intriguing as it falls under the category of axe murders like Lizzie Borden … Continue reading The Gribble House murders-Savannah Terrors