The protagonist of my new book was starting to think like the protagonist of my last book. Here’s how I dealt with it:
It only took an hour for me to develop an addiction to Lifehacker, a do-it-yourself advice website for the tech and geek crowd.
Instead of criticizing the Sochi Winter Olympics, people of the internet should compete in online events to prove their superiority.
Beloved Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling allegedly admits that she regrets pairing Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger, despite seven books that say otherwise.
The supposedly dead parents of a fictional orphan don’t always have to be revealed as key players in a supernatural conspiracy.
@midnight comedians Chris Hardwick, Paul F. Tompkins, Jen Kirkman, and Mike Lawrence entertained me for an hour last Wednesday, at no cost to me.
It’s 2014, time for Oscar categories to reflect what we’re all really thinking about the entertainment industry.
How Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. observes and deconstructs the crime drama trope of pairing a smart-ass man-child with an emotionally distant female.
A distracting new trend in urban fantasy – scattering first-person narration in between multiple third-person points of view.