The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy is a quirky adventure following a dysfunctional group of weirdos on an improbable journey. It’s a novel written by Douglas Adams, one filled with absurd situations and British humor.
Without any spoilers, here is my review of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy!
I think it’s about time I talk about one of my opinions on the most popular genre of fiction. Fantasy comes in so many forms. We have so many classic examples of good fantasy writing and bad fantasy writing. I want to focus specifically on pacing, rather than popular novels and writing methods.
First of all, I would like to thank everyone for the support they have given me on my last two videos. Your comments have been great to read and I am happy that so many of you enjoyed those videos/articles. This toolkit will be the last bit on cyberpunk for a while, but it’s a big piece to leave it off on.
Welcome to the cyberpunk toolkit, which includes ideas, facts, tips, and advice for writing your cyberpunk story!
The Iron Man by Ted Hughes is a children’s story. I’m not going to beat around the bush; my last book review was Metro 2034, a grim post-apocalyptic novel with many darker scenes and now I am reviewing a children’s book. Next week I will have a more mature book to review, but for now, I will give you my thoughts on a book that will take 30 minutes to read.
For this week’s writing thoughts I will be talking about a recurring theme in cyberpunk stories; natural vs synthetic humanity. It’s a classic story that goes back to the tale of Frankenstein and his monster. Having talked about the cyberpunk genre earlier this week, this topic sprung to mind and it’s a fun one to focus on!
Here are my thoughts!
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