It’s time once again for the monthly hop through the twittering blogs of the Insecure Writer’s Support Group. If you haven’t taken the opportunity to view the collective neuroses of far-flung twitching writers, you’re missing out. Click on the link above to rectify your error. You won’t regret it.
The optional question this month is: Of all the genres you read and write, which is your favorite to write in and why?
Hmm … I have written shorts in multiple genres, but my novels are in two quite different camps: fantasy and contemporary. While I love the ability to use the modern era, technology, and lingo, I enjoy fantasy a tad more. Fantasy lets me stretch because of the world building. So, not only do I have to weave character arcs and plot lines, but I get to imagine how those things are influenced by or influence the very aspects of the world that exemplify the experiences of my characters. And when that world needs tweaking to cause or impact said arc, I can adjust it. It’s my own little slice of god-like power. Mwahahaha.
Time for some news.
Dumb criminals meet blowtorch. Um…yeah. *Facepalm*
I think the driver owes that bird some seed.
Feathers came before birds, meaning we have to rethink some of our dinosaur images. Science blows my mind. Again.
That’ll do it for me this week. See you back here in seven.