Tag Archives: magic

Salvage Trouble, by J.S. Morin (40:00)

Today we see that sometimes, the limitations of physics present an opportunity to be awesome.

Wrong Side of Hell, by Sonya Bateman (5:25)

Today we see that if a prologue can be replaced with 5 words of exposition, it probably should be.

The Last Incarnation, by J.A. Giunta (15:56)

Today we see that some aspects of typography are not optional, and without them, immersion is impossible.

To Trust The Wolf, by Peter Birk (6:20)

Today we see that if the author is reluctant to refer to characters by name, echoing headwords are likely to follow.

The Crown and the Mage, by Corinne Morier (3:34)

Today we see that characters should not have information that the physics of their situation denies them.