An excellent look at apologies, what they mean, how to give them, and when giving them isn’t going to change anything.
Description of a case where modified HIV was used to treat a disease.
Scarcity Thinking (Publishing)
People who hang around me have probably heard my rants against comparison in writing before, as in X wrote more words than I did,” “to be successful I have to do the same as Y” and the like, but Rachelle Gardner takes that mentality on not just in the writing step but in the publishing, rejecting publishing as a world in which one person’s success must be counterbalanced by another’s failure.
Female Armor (Sociology)
When people think of women warriors, the image usually includes a “breasts” plate if any armor. This article explains why rather than trying to masculinize female warriors, giving them a normal breastplate would be more likely to save their lives…a note for writers, artists, and recreationists alike.
There are so many technical terms that they can confuse even IT folks, especially with how they are often defined by reference to other unfamiliar terms. This dictionary offers simple, clear definitions that help inform rather than increase the mystery.
In the flash and glitter of the Regency Era, a young noblewoman craves to dance not in the ballroom but on stage, blending music, movement, and soul. Will these scandalous dreams destroy her family, or gain her a loving patron?
Beneath the Mask