Category Archives: Setting

Making What’s Special, More Special?

How was your weekend? Mine was awesome, even though I didn’t get papers or comics, which was fine. Yesterday was Memorial Day here in the U.S. (for non-U.S. readers), the day we remember those who sacrificed their lives so that … Continue reading

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Fiction File: What a Target Ad Taught Me About Readers and World-Building

The other day, I was looking over the ad for Target. This thing was a monster–about 40 pages. All kinds of toys for sale, reduced prices, all that good stuff. My brother had a copy of the ad, too. He … Continue reading

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Fiction File: Why Science Fiction And Fantasy Stories Are The Best…

Which do you like better, Middle-Earth or The Galaxy Far, Far Away? For those folks who don’t know, Middle-Earth is where The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings books (and movies) take place. And The Galaxy Far, Far Away is … Continue reading

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