For today’s how-to writer commentary, I’ll discuss using the Batcave or any setting to enhance the mood and develop character. Kinda like the title says.
Darnit! With the epic Hellscape that was America last week, I forgot to post this and the Friday editions. So, you’ll get a double-up today and Friday of how to write excitement. Stay safe out there.
Time for another writer’s commentary installment! This time we’ll look at world-building by using a character’s point of view. In this case, the character is Iron Man/ Tony Stark.
Writer commentary time! No, I’m not privileged enough to write Batgirl in anything other than fanfiction, but I did it and now let’s learn from it!
This week’s Writer’s Commentary takes us to the beginning of my “Armored Underworld” story. It was set up as a Batman/ Iron Man crossover, but I started the story featuring — Batgirl.
I’ve posted a couple of writer commentaries so, like movie commentaries, you could get a look inside the process of making the stories you’re (hopefully) enjoying. Here’s a quick “oh, crap!” moment I had while working on my latest novel, Two Sisters.
Hello friends! Hope you and yours are doing okay and not being stupid and running around without a mask. Now’s the time to do cosplay all day (as long as you cover your mouth!) No fanfiction this week; devoted my time to the prequel to my two other “Shadowdance” urban fantasy novels. More on that […]
Spike Lee studied under Martin Scorsese. Tarantino devoured Grindhouse movies. No creator creates in a vacuum. They have an original voice, but they also find inspiration from other works of art — even outside of the urban fantasy genre. It’s time I gave props to the inspirations behind my urban fantasy saga. I hope my journey […]