Can you write four good books in a year? SF&F authors Larry Correia and John Scalzi have remarkably similar answers. John Scalzi writes: There are a lot of writers who write fast and well, for whom four books a year of readable, enjoyable prose is not a stretch.
Nathaniel Tower, managing editor of Bartleby Snopes Literary Magazine, is sick of Alzheimer’s, death endings and masturbation in line one. If these are the only ideas you can come up with, then please stop writing forever. Or try to write a story that combines all of