Writing

Character Situation Exercise

Character Situation Exercise

Reading Time: 5 minutes Using the questions below, create a character. This person can be based on people you know or have completely invented. Write a sentence or two describing what the character wants.

Advice from Stephen King

Advice from Stephen King

Reading Time: 2 minutes Here’s a list of some advice from the master of horror himself Stephen King. He writes like a machine. Definitely, someone to listen to. It all comes down to one thing though, write, write and write some more. Practice makes perfect and I really need to practice harder.

Finding my Theme, again. – Technology and Society

Finding my Theme, again. – Technology and Society

Your theme will take the form of a rant that begins with any of these four sentences. For as long as I can remember I've felt there is something exciting at the intersection of _______ and _______ I deeply believe that the world needs _______ Never in history has...

"Sorry Incels" (She-Hulk) inspired by Episode 446

If this makes you feel angry, just know this isn't directed at you. It's about other people. You're expressing fascinating and very normal opinions.

#weeklyplanetpod @TheWeeklyPlanet #SheHulkAttorneyAtLaw #SheHulk

With profound humility and respect for Her Majesty and the Royal Family at this time, I want to note the moment that within just a few hours the #Babylon5 community transcended the most watched event on the planet. Let's see how far we can take this. #B5onCWin23 @warnerbrostv

If you love #Babylon5 as much as I do, then you've got to support @straczynski right now; we're finally getting a new show! #B5onCWin23 @paul_e_cooley @barryhutchison

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