Book Review: Lady Lazarus, by Michele Lang (Possibly Minor Spoilers)

For my second book review, I will be talking about Michele Lang’s Lady Lazarus, the first book in the Lady Lazarus series. Like my last book review, the way I came to read this book was kind of unusual. So for those who don’t know, I recently graduated college as a history major, and I’ll beContinue reading “Book Review: Lady Lazarus, by Michele Lang (Possibly Minor Spoilers)”

Why the Story of Mass Effect is One of the Greatest Stories Ever Told, and What it Has to Offer Genre Writers (Part 1)

For anyone who’s read some of my previous posts or followed me on Twitter will probably know that I’m a huge fan of the Mass Effect game series. I’ve played through each game nearly twice now, and I’ve spent more than 100 hours playing Mass Effect 3’s multiplayer mode. So yeah, I like the games.Continue reading “Why the Story of Mass Effect is One of the Greatest Stories Ever Told, and What it Has to Offer Genre Writers (Part 1)”

On Vision

“You will pay the price for your lack of vision!” –Emperor Palpatine, 2013 The importance of vision  is something that I feel is often understated. I would make a comparison between a creator’s vision to a politicians ideology: Without it, there’s really something missing. Everyone needs a goal to work toward, and that goal shouldContinue reading “On Vision”