Tag Archives: dystopia

Stellar Cloud, by Charity Bradford (3:59)

Today we see that once a reader has lost trust in the author they are much more likely to stumble over a simple issue.

Dark Days, by Chris Harris (1:46)

Today we see that ill-matched tenses confuse readers.

Stranger Worlds than These by L J Cohen (40:00)

Today we see that less can be more when it comes to the speculative elements.

After: The Shock, by Scott Nicholson (38:03)

Today we see that even with the goal-posts looming in sight, a short clump of awkwardness can still trip a reader up before they get there.

Cold Hands, by Matt Perkins (29:42)

Today we see that a strong story can hold a reader, even over the bumpy patches.