Tag Archives: Audience

Mailbag: Art versus Artist, Comic Book Recommendations, Underdog vs. Lassie

Got some questions in the Action Force Mailbag today.   @MGenuineBaker asks: Do you ever like or dislike a book/movie based on its creator? Should we try to separate the art from the artist? That’s a doozy of a question, isn’t it?  And not one that’s always easy to answer. Ideally, I would love to [...]
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Beware the Meta

As usual, I like  to begin this post by mentioning my new novel, Helen and Troy’s Epic Road Quest, is out now.  It’s pretty good.  You should buy it. Today, I’d like to talk about the concept of the Meta-Narrative.  It’s a bit of a writerly thing to talk about, but it’s also all kinds [...]
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Present Tense

I haven’t written a sequel yet.  I know that I will do it one day, and I’m not against sequels in general.  I also know I have no particular fondness for sequels in and of themselves.  It’s apparently just not hard-wired into me to yearn for them.  While I loved Pacific Rim, I walked out [...]
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A Very Predicable Post

I don’t think storytelling should be viewed as a contest between the writer and the audience.  By that, I mean I don’t think it’s my job as a writer to try to outsmart you, and I don’t think it’s your job as a reader to try to figure out what I’m doing.  The whole notion [...]
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