Life, the Universe, and Everything – Genre Mashups – Isn’t it all just fiction anyway: Thursday, 3 PM

  Blog Meta stuff: Mike here. Sorry for being late! For some reason, end of February and the beginning of March has found Quantified Opinions taking the back seat for health, work, and personal reason. Booooo! Also, big announcement, I will be implementing Patreon and Wattpad into my platform ie, this blog soon. If you … Continue reading Life, the Universe, and Everything – Genre Mashups – Isn’t it all just fiction anyway: Thursday, 3 PM

Life, the Universe, and Everything – YA/Juvenile Fiction: Thursday, 2 PM

This article is part 3 of 20. The table of contents for all LTUE posts can be found here Coraline, the Day I swapped my Dad for Two Goldfish, and M is for Magic: Neil Gaimon and YA/Juvenile Fiction: Thursday, 2 PM “Kids believe that their parent’s don’t understand their fears. Because they view the adult world … Continue reading Life, the Universe, and Everything – YA/Juvenile Fiction: Thursday, 2 PM

Life, the Universe, and Everything – Writing Fantasy: Thursday, 1 PM

This post is part 2 of 20. The table of contents for all LTUE posts can be found here Writing Fantasy: Thursday, 1 PM “No Matter how good you are, writing is going to hurt. So don’t worry about it.” – Peter Orullion Rebekah R Ganiere Jason King Peter Orullion S.A. Butler Why did you start writing … Continue reading Life, the Universe, and Everything – Writing Fantasy: Thursday, 1 PM

5 Question with Dave Wolverton/David Farland and the art and business of Story Telling

Or: how you too, can be a better story teller In honor of Life, the Universe, and Everything, I will be doing a 3 part (at least) piece on the writing convention. I’m starting off with an interview with David Farland, a regular LTUE panelist and an amazing writer and teacher. (author note: now a … Continue reading 5 Question with Dave Wolverton/David Farland and the art and business of Story Telling