Category Archives: Immerse Or Die

The Improbable Rise of Singularity Girl, by Bryce Anderson (40:00)

Today marks the first book to go the distance, and at the same time, teaches us that even a forty-minute champ can have a blemish or two.

The Curse of Memories, by V. Griffen (26:26)

As a curious counterpoint to yesterday’s lesson, today we learn that a good story can be damaged by weak editing.

The Secret of Stonehenge, by Yury Nikitin (6:24)

Today’s candidate teaches me that even grammatically correct and properly punctuated books with (presumably) a passable story can fail to engage a reader. Your sentence construction, word choices, and camera work matter.

Chrono Virus, by Aaron Crocco (31:08)

In today’s installment, we learn that even little details matter, and that story facts have to be both plausible and internally consistent.

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