The Wheel of Time Reviews: Introduction

I wasn’t going to do an introductory post to this series because honestly, I’m still not sure I will read the whole thing. But, then I began an outline for the reviews of the two books I’ve read so far, and it just got out of hand. So here I am, writing this introduction. It’s for the best; no one wants to read a 10K book review. … More The Wheel of Time Reviews: Introduction

“Classic′ – a book which people praise and don’t read.” – Mark Twain

It’s interesting how different your perspectives can be. I have friends who’ll read a run-of-the-mill thriller or two while on a beach vaccation, and they consider themselves readers. If I stay on track, I’ll hit thirty or so books this year, and to me, that’s kind of bad.  … More “Classic′ – a book which people praise and don’t read.” – Mark Twain

Accepting critique gracefully or How not to throw yourself off a cliff when someone says your story is perfect

But, the thing with this type of critique, is that if you dare to look at it and examine it, you can tell it’s almost always given with a genuine wish and interest for your story to become better. For you to become a better writer. … More Accepting critique gracefully or How not to throw yourself off a cliff when someone says your story is perfect