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The Fantasy Anniversary Materials Gift List
The Future of Religion
Spitting in the Eye of the Technological Singularity
Why TV Fails to Tell Good Stories and How to Fix It
Anti-Christianity in The Golden Compass?
Why Heroes is the Best Sci-Fi on TV
A Few Thoughts on Robert Jordan
How Not to Hate Beowulf
Get More From Your Book - Secrets to Deep Reading
Deep Reading Part 2 - Techniques of Deep Reading
Deep Reading Part 3 - Details, Patterns, Tropes
The Five Writers Who Ruined My Life
How (Not) to Write an Amazon.com Review
Posted by Joel at 9:05 PM
Rule Number One: No author is ceaselessly brilliant.
An author may have written the best book of the century. An author may have written many great books. However, the author is sure to have written at least one book that does not live up to the rest, is not brilliant, and is probably pretty bad.