Monthly Archives: October 2012

How to Expand your Pool of Recurring Themes

Reading several books by the same author, list the images or themes they use repeatedly in their stories. Pick one you’d not have thought of yourself & base your next piece of writing on it. If nothing else, this’ll help … Continue reading

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Eye Candy

The vote? Pfft! No, feminism’s only really caught on when the game shows manage to shock us.  

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The Christians & the Pagans*

If it hadn’t been for the story’s title, I would’ve sworn Lovecraft was describing a fairy procession through an enchanted wood. But then, it’s the duty of every new order to convert the native deities into demons, isn’t it? “All … Continue reading

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Pernicious Conditioning II

He, single for some time, has found love again. “It always amazes me that something as delightful as a woman would choose to like me, too. I feel like women are these gorgeous beings that run away when you try … Continue reading

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