Monthly Archives: May 2013

Mythology and Superheroes

One eternally popular element of mythology is the trickster. Almost every culture in human history has myths of an individual who relies on his or her wits to outsmart stronger, meaner foes. Examples range from Coyote (of the central and … Continue reading

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Writing Tips: Why Shorter is Better

Shorter is better. I know, that’s NOT what she said, but it’s true in writing. If it’s shorter, it will read faster and be clearer to the reader. Now, that’s not to say that you should deliver less information, just … Continue reading

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Why I Have a Weird Name

The first thing most people want to know about me is the deal with my name. The full story actually goes pretty deep—if I were a character in a book, I would even say it was at the heart of … Continue reading

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4 Reasons Why Boba Fett Lives

I’m a pretty laid-back guy and don’t often succumb to nerd rage. In fact, I kind of like Ewoks (especially when served with BBQ sauce) and I don’t even hate Gungans (except Jar-Jar). But there’s one little blight of ignorance … Continue reading

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