Before Endgame: My Thoughts on Every Marvel Movie So Far

You know, there was a time where I believed we’d always have to deal with superhero movies being fundamentally different than the comic books. Where we’d never get the big, multiple-property-spanning continuity that makes superhero comics so appealing to me. Then there was the post-credit teaser in Iron man. 11 years, 21 movies, and over …

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Never, Ever, Pay Someone to Publish Your Book

There are a lot of traps and pitfalls in the self-publishing world. Poor covers. Bad editing. Publishing first drafts as final products. Most of those mistakes are made due to inexperience and are learning experiences that don’t really hurt the author that makes them. Books that fall prey to these traps generally don’t get any …

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What Authors Can Learn from Box Office Bombs

It takes a village to raise a child. It takes a small city to make a movie. Directors, actors, producers, cameramen, extras, set designers, costume designers...when you go see Avengers Endgame in a couple of weeks and you’re sitting through the credits waiting for that post-credit scene, try to keep track of how many people …

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