Writing can be hard if you don’t have ideas, luckily, sometimes, ideas seem to be something that spontaneously let’s grow your story.
Being a writer, I always need ways to improve my writing skills and, since I discovered the voice typing software on google docs I abuse it.
There aren’t lots of stories around that can dig within some of the worse and darkest moments of humanity. Maus is one in a thousand, a compelling opera.
Traveling in space could be destroyed if you are lost in it. It is improbable that a ship can make his way home without damages, here lay the USS Equinox.
Being alone in the whole universe is a possibility but, somehow, could be an amazing adventure that could let us be, in time, the masters of the universe.
Subverting expectations is, according to me, a good thing if used with wisdom. Unfortunately “Game of Thrones” didn’t in the mess of season 8.
The Egg is an amazing short story written by Andy Weir, one of the best writers around. The Egg speaks about life, afterlife and how they could be seen.
Today the reviews are the very currency on the internet, this sentence is actually real, but knowing how to write them is a tough question.
In a world when the entropy works differently, David Brinn gave me the chance to get a personal key to read one of his less known novels.
Sometimes is better to write a short post because that is the longness of your concept and is unwisely trying to damage your thoughts with useless words.