Dragon Slayer

I've been reading, recently, in an attempt to urge my brain towards creativity, and simply because this is what I do when I'm tired, stressed, and overwhelmed. As is my usual (in both writing and reading) I'm working on more than a single book. In no particular order, that would be: Handbook of Formulating Natural... Continue Reading →

Predictable Behaviour

As we learn to write, one of the greatest tools, and conversely, the most crippling failing, can be the understanding that humans are predictable. It can be very easy to predict that a man and a woman pushed into close proximity with, say, one of them in the role of taking care of the other... Continue Reading →

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