Welcome to a brand new word. So new, that I’m still debating how to pronounce it.
A good long while ago, so long that I forget exactly where I said it, I vowed to collect one thousand rejections. Replete with reviews of the rejectors and their manners in the rejections.
This is the third and last installment of Adapting that you will get to see for free, dear readers.
I want you to imagine, just for a second, that the only representation of your identity that you ever saw, anywhere, ever, was some hideous and monstrous parody of often inaccurate stereotypes and tropes.
Recently, the BBC added another incarnation into Doctor Who’s expansion pack past. Shouldn’t be a worry, they did it with John Hurt’s “War Doctor” and nobody was tremendously upset.
A little less than a week ago, my Beloved and I had a chance to enjoy the Doctor Who episode, Nikola Tesla’s Night of Terror. All well and fine.
There have to be thousands of tools to help writers out there. I automatically avoid all the ones that are pay-to-play because I’m firkin broke.
When Jules Verne wrote his futures, he didn’t imagine much further than gears and steam. Now his science fiction is hailed amongst some as the first ever works of Steampunk. It doesn’t matter to them that, in the day, nobody thought of it as steampunk. It was the future. I could go on about the…… Continue reading Futures vs Zeerust
As you might guess, I have little else to go on about, this week, so you get another one.
I would like to make this clear that I have absolutely, positively no idea whether or not this is a co-morbidity of my ASD, if it’s a Writer Thing(tm)…