Tag Archives: perception

Heroes and Superheroes

Heroes don’t win. They try. Superheroes win because they try. A superhero wins when they try. A superhero has some faults. But they hold back. When they have a mental problem, they fail. They are unlimited, able to get where … 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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Don’t blame shipping times on the guy in China

Words to live by: Haters are gonna hate. I’ve only seen a few hateful reviews in my life that were deserved. The ones that were deserved ended with a statement saying the book/movie/etc. was so bad, you have to see … Continue reading

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It’s alright to make a profit

The “starving artist” cliché has been used to describe those in the creative fields for quite a while. It has been part of history that artists of the past were never appreciated until they were dead, crazy, and usually some … Continue reading

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What happened to quality?

It seems like more and more things are being done without quality. See the gulf. See the iPhone4 antenna (a notable exception to an otherwise great record). See every major production corporation that’s more interested in getting out units than … Continue reading

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