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Human Looking Robots: Groundbreaking Technology or the end of Humanity?

This is the first article that will be included in a three part series that will follow the development of human looking robots in our society. 1,685 more words

Fantasy Literature

Tolkien, Fairy-stories, and Utopia, part 1

The Big Question on the back page of the September issue of The Atlantic asks, “What fictional city (or other locale) would you most like to inhabit?” The first answer is from Howard Shore, composer of the film scores for… 818 more words

Crafting Narrative in the app, Spellcraft

Spellcraft is a fun app which won numerous awards for design, mechanics, and a few years ago achieved coveted status at the top of the app store download list. 531 more words

The Last Legion and Crafting

The Lost Legion
Being a Latin teacher, this movie always appealed to me. However, The Last Legion has a certain, “Could it really be any good?” quality to the reviews and plot. 510 more words

Dark Betrayal book tour

Dark Betrayal:Chronicles of the Celestial book two will have a promo tour that will run starting August 31, 2015 and end September 18, 2015. The tour will feature a variety of stops at genre appropriate blogs and websites. 42 more words

Fantasy Literature

On Fuel Pumps and Being a Manly Man

There are certain things that men are just supposed to know… things that I simply don’t.

At least that’s how it feels, especially if one lives in a rural area like I do. 620 more words

Science Fiction

Crafting Memes for your Scifi-Fantasy Writing

Today’s post is on the practical application of crafting to your science fiction and fantasy writing. My plus five stylus of spelling and ink of incredible durability is ready. 944 more words