"Fiction" Blogs & Blog Posts

Flash Fiction and The Idea FairyFlash Fiction and The Idea Fairy

The dump site of one too many fictional stories... Even diamonds get thrown...

 
Sue Guiney: Writing LifeSue Guiney: Writing Life

Writing about my life as a writer, reader, friend. Fiction, poetry, plays,...

 
A Writer's LifeA Writer's Life

a blog where i can post my writing or discuss the process of writing

 
A Good MoroccanA Good Moroccan

An adventure story with pictures set in Morocco and England

 
Genre WenchGenre Wench

Reviews of mystery, fantasy, sci-fi and the occasional horror books

 
Selling My Books on the Streets of BrooklynSelling My Books on the Streets of Brooklyn

The characters I meet on the street. Thoughts on books, film and TV.

 
DarkmattersDarkmatters

Film reviews, game reviews. random news and reaction, fiction from the worl...

 


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Few things are more sobering than the realization that an alleged domestic abuser—one who was accused of raping his ex-wife with a liquor bottle and who, according to court documents, suffers from chronic erectile dysfunction—is living better tha...

This week marks a milestone birthday for Stephen King, a diamond jubilee for one of America’s most popular, prolific, and accomplished writers. Snobs may unfairly dismiss his work, but they can’t ignore his impact. Even if you’ve never so much...

The usual suspects have been deeply traumatized by the latest trailer for a Disney movie (as though we have nothing better to worry about). In the forthcoming remake of The Little Mermaid, Halle Bailey, a Black woman, will play Ariel, who was, in the...

There’s a reason books about Hitler consistently outsell books about Churchill. As long as it’s kept at arm’s length, abstracted into words or images, and not in our faces or in our houses, evil is way more compelling than good.Read more...

Last week, House of the Dragon went down a new and exciting path from Game of Thrones, diverging from its predecessor with an episode about its young protagonist exploring her sexuality and finding pleasure with Criston Cole, the handsome young knigh...

Born from Carlo Collodi’s 1883 novel, Pinocchio is both an easy pop-culture reference point, as well as the star of any number of movies and TV cartoons. The 1940 Disney animated version is certainly the best known and best loved, but the lying lit...

This week’s House of the Dragon episode was all about sex, with two teenage girl characters and their vastly different experiences at the heart of it all. Emily Carey was cast as one of these characters, Alicent Hightower, when she was just 17 year...