Boss Level – Review and Analysis Jack Jack reviews new Hulu movie, Boss Level. As well as reviewing the movie, Jack breaks down the plot elements and explains how the writing could have been tweaked to take it from a great movie, to a classic – in his opinion, for whatever that’s worth. Check out […]
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Below the Surface Narrative DAISY Daisy, our almost useless AI system, does a quick talk about the surface narrative and what might be lurking just below it. Daisy discusses the use and misuse of the surface narrative and how to weave a story that’s more than just what you see. She uses examples from modern
Birds of Prey and the title nobody cares about AI-my A review of a terrible movie by a horrible reviewer As well as DAISY, we have another, worse AI system, AI-my. She usually just holds open a door but she really wanted to talk about her favourite movies and we couldn’t think of a good
The Wokepedia By everyone evenly in glorious socialist equality So you’ve taken one look at the current political spectrum, realised that thinking is much harder than gut-level reactionary belief, and have decided to just give up on it all and embrace Leftist ideology? Well good for you! But by now, you’re no doubt up to
The Writing process Jack Godwynn – Seth Atkinson The ins and outs of the back and forths Seth and I decided to write a blog about how we cooperatively write together. With that in mind, we decided to write it the way we used to write, with a back and forth conversation showing our own
Write What You Know Seth Godwynn There is a lot of advice for authors floating about, but the general consensus seems to be that the best piece of advice you’ll ever be given is simple: write what you know! But is that really the best advice, and what on earth does it mean anyway? ‘Write
Trigger Warnings Seth Godwynn A new subject buzzing around the internet is the proposed use of ‘trigger warnings’. Books are facing the very real possibility that they might have to put these on them, in case people are offended by the content. Make no mistake about it, the creeping shadow of censorship is being cast
What is the Edgeverse? D.A.I.S.Y Many people haven’t asked what the Edgeverse is, and who better not to explain it properly than our very own Daisy? Daisy is a Dedicated Artificial Intelligence System for Youtube, or at least, she is now after we caught her sniffing around the adult section of Piratebay and downloaded her.
Structuring Your Narrative Seth Godwynn From a voyage of discovery to head-hopping omniscience Once you have in mind the broad strokes of your story—your characters, situations, resolutions, all the essential things that have to have happen—it’s time to take a firm stance on how you’re going to approach presenting it. That is to say, you
Self Publishing – Why it so often fails A.P. Atkinson The industry is broken. Like Hollywood, the American money-centric model of publishing books is stale and out of date. It’s failed to keep up with the needs of the audience, and has totally lost touch with what they want from their art. It increasingly drives