Arthur Conan Doyle — A Study In Scarlet

What makes a work of fiction echo down the ages, relevant to all who read it?

How can you craft a story, or a book, or a script that will resonate cleanly to readers who come to your work after you have left the stage?

A […]

Re-Kindle your Love of Reading

by William V. Burns

January I bought myself a new Kindle e-book reader.

I’ve read more books in the last three months than the last three decades.

It’s just a lot easier to turn five idle minutes into a chapter read.

Life on the Mississippi by Mark Twain.

A Princess of Mars by Edgar Rice […]

What Should You Do Today?

What should you do today?

Place Chekov’s gun on the mantelpiece. Walk into a hard-boiled detective’s office. Explain to a youth that they must go on a quest into a terrible land to fulfill a prophecy. Create something new and terrible in your shuttered laboratory and give birth to an evil laugh. Be the man […]