Tag Archives: teens

A Facet for the Gem, by C.L. Murray (11:00)

Today we see that a fight needs to be choreographed logically and conveyed clearly, or its make no sense.

Imminent Danger And How to Fly Straight into It, by Michelle Proulx (7:07)

Today we see that if the little details don’t agree, readers will be distracted from the bigger ones.

Winds of Aerathiea, by T.E. Adams (10:21)

Today we see that when a plot hole shows up on page one, it can have a chilling effect on the reader’s willingness to suspend belief any further.