Monthly Archives: June 2013

First Draft Novels: What Are They Good For?

      There’s a saying, I’d like to think it was Victor Hugo (but if any of you who know better can feel better to correct me), that a writer should devote him/herself to finishing the first draft of … Continue reading

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When Imagination Becomes Reality

How does fiction back up its bold statements of unreality? When Michael Crichton wrote Timeline (a time-travel novel), he provides the basics of a quantum accelerator that forces matter to subatomic energy levels created by an advanced science firm. The … Continue reading

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