Tag Archives: magic

A Conspiracy of Shadows, by Randy Nargi (2:35)

Today we see that creating cognitive dissonance for the reader is a great way to sever the immersion.

Broken Wizards, by Jeffrey Bardwell (4:55)

Today we see that inadequate editing is the fastest way to derail the immersion train. What I gleaned about the story: A youth who looks like the magistrate’s son is…

The Prince of Ravens, by Hal Emerson (40:00)

Today we see that once an author has earned your trust, your patience is usually rewarded.

Forge of the Jadugar, by Russ Linton (38:56)

Today we see that when a reader picks up a series in the middle, it can be maddeningly difficult to keep them on board. And when Bryce blows off his…