Monthly Archives: May 2012

When a plot point is dumb

Happens far too often. There’s an anime currently being aired in Japan called Phi-Brain. I like it quite a bit. The adventures and point of the show is the main character is a pretty smart guy who has to solve … Continue reading

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The three basic crimes for fiction writers

Of course they are for non-fiction as well, though that’s a moot point since I’m talking about writing new creative stories, not rehashing something real. I was thinking about some of the trials my characters have faced, and which ones … Continue reading

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The Adventures of Var and Ruby – 01

((Real, real, author’s note, you’ll understand why soon enough. In The Lupine Prince I have a break of 3 years in between part 1 and part 2. Now, a few bits and pieces of what happened in those years is … Continue reading

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Even fictional punches have to have Force

I looked around online and found that there is about 150 joules of force in a punch. And could go up to almost 1000 or so, for a strong boxer (see wikipedia link later on). That’d end up being 737 … Continue reading

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Twice in four days

Well it’s been almost 4 years since I first started writing my first book, The Lupine Prince. Its been almost 3 years since I finished editing and publishing it. And it’s been about 2 years since I last seriously worked … Continue reading

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