Tag Archives: military

Human Again, by Moran Chaim (3:08)

Today we see that it is possible to have nuanced prose where all the nuances are wrong.

The Path of Flames, by Phil Tucker (40:00)

Today we see that another way to grab readers is not with action, but with the imminent expectation of action.

Groom of the Tyrannosaur Queen, by Daniel M. Bensen (16:50)

Today we see a great premise weakened by a bit of sloppy spelling.

Saving Hitler, by Ian James (2:06)

Today we are reminded that narration needs to subtly manage the reader’s attention, without being seen to do so.

No One’s Chosen, by Randall P. Fitzgerald (4:59)

Today I am reminded that the more promising the story, the more of a betrayal weak editing seems to be.