Tag Archives: military

Rogue Cosmos by Theo Taylor (3:11)

Today we see that when the narrator suppresses relevant facts for no good reason, the reader loses faith.

Wings of the Sathakos, by Scott Beckman (8:34)

Today we see that the reader will only tolerate so many digressions to backstory before they get tired of waiting for actual story to happen.

Law of the Wolf, by S. A. Hunt (5:46)

Today we see that sequel books have a whole new set of issues that can trip up a reader.

Exodus, by Andreas Christensen (3:03)

Today we see that the phrase “and then one day,” is a sure sign you’re exposition is in tell mode.

Operation Chimera, by Healey and Cox (9:23)

Today we learn how to tell what an author thinks is important in a scene.