Tag Archives: urban fantasy

Catskinner’s Book, by Misha Burnett (40:00)

Today we see that a reader invested by a smooth opening is much more forgiving of later bumps.

The Darkening Dream, by Andy Gavin (31:32)

Today we see that even well-written stories can be vulnerable to pesky anachronisms.

Three Short Stories: A Journey Through Time, by Amy Wolf (2:12)

Today we see that the technical aspects of an ebook are as important as the prose.

A Sip of Fear, by Brian Rush (12:05)

Today we see that when authors manufacture a convenient deduction, the result may feel convenient and manufactured.

Malus Domestica, by S.A. Hunt (40:00)

Today’s survivor shows us that spooking the reader works best if you first take the time to make them care.