Covering my Bootay
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In the Past
Monthly Archives: November 2008
In this repeating column, I will explain how Hollywood (and various TV mini-series and shows) get it all too wrong. Our first culprit: Legend of the Seeker (and yes, I know it sucks. Bare with me here) The great wizard, … Continue reading
Death during childbirth is an oft-used ploy in fiction. If done convincingly, it can add an intensity of tension, emotion, and tragedy to a story that few other events can, probably because the death of a mother and/or child is … Continue reading