The Golden Rules of Writing Science Fiction

The Golden Rules of Writing Science Fiction

The Golden Rules of Writing Science Fiction Science fiction is one of the most remarkable genres there is. It gives people a good grasp of what the future might bring, just like the electric indy cars of Madhouse Projects by Rick Badman. This book contains many...

What if?

As a science fiction writer, I love to write what if stories.  Some popular TV shows and movies deal with what if.  “The Man In the High Tower” is such a program.  It is about America if we lost the Second World War.  Germany controls the Eastern part of...

First, Second, Third, and Fourth Person Stories

Writers use first, second, third, and fourth person perspectives when writing stories.  Here is an example of first person writing:        I looked across the field and saw her gliding like a dream toward me.  I shouted out to her, “Rita, you look fantastic. ...

Are You An Investigator Or An Insinuator?

A generation or two ago, two of the most admired investigators were Woodward and Bernstein.  In the movie about them, Robert Redford played Woodward and Dustin Hoffman played Bernstein which was perfect casting.  People who enrolled in journalism schools wanted to be...

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