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Creativity Worth Talking About

For those of you who have enjoyed my blog posts about writing and creativity, this new show may be perfect for you: https://youtu.be/HyNRNm6fx3s    </ Ryan is author of City of Woe, available on Kindle and in print. For more info, click here.<

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Does Disney Playset Reveal Surprise Character in Avengers: Age of Ultron?

While browsing stores with the goddess recently, I came across the item featured in photos below. Although I do not want to spread unfounded gossip or create wild rumors, the contents of what I found were intriguing enough to share. … Continue reading

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On Pop Culture: Who Warner Bros. Should Really Get to Direct Justice League

Warner Brothers came soooooooo close to solving their comic book movie credibility problem. And they still have a chance to get it right, with one phone call. This week Marvel announced Joss Whedon would be writing and directing Avengers II … Continue reading

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Pop Culture – The Dark Night Rises: is it Action Movie or Social Treatise?

The Dark Knight has Risen! Blessed be the reborn hero! In so many ways, and taking great pains to not commit the Sin of Spoiling, The Dark Knight Rises is about redemption and sacrifice and rebirth. It is about offering … Continue reading

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On Writing: Is There an Author/Reader Pact?

Do authors owe readers anything at all? And does that debt grow the further into a story readers get? I ask because I believe there is a grave difference between surprising or challenging a reader for entertainment and betraying that … Continue reading

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