Tag Archives: post-apocalypse

Salvation, by Lizzie Ashworth (7:31)

Too much hinting at secret knowledge can make your protagonist sound like he’s wagging his tongue at you, singing “I know something you don’t know.”

Supercenter, by Jason Rizos (5:15)

Today we see that even if done for effect, a little bit of stylized voice goes a long way.

The Body Electric, by Beth Revis (18:54)

Sometimes, good writing can overcome stylistic choices that the reader doesn’t normally enjoy.

Immortal Clay, by Michael Warren Lucas (6:58)

Today we see that drama is a dish best served alone.

Lethal Seasons, by Alice Sabo (10:45)

Today we see that declarative sentence parades may be a sign that you’re looking at the wrong thing.