Today, I’m sharing an article I published with Luna Station Quarterly that discusses the lessons we can learn from SFF novels. As it’s my favorite genre to read (and write!) I was really excited to write this post.
I hope you enjoy it! Drop a comment on the post if you’ve learned something else from SFF I haven’t mentioned.
Halloween may be over, but if you’re missing spooky season, I’m excited to share my newest blog post for Luna Station Quarterly with you!
Luna Station Quarterly is an online blog and magazine promoting stellar short fiction by women-identified writers. My new column, Girl of Words, will feature opinion pieces and reviews of upcoming Adult and YA SFF books.
My first post, “Classic Gothic Tales and The True Villains in Each” examines four famous gothic books and asks if the perceived villain of the book is the true antagonist, or if another character is the truly evil one.
Click the link below to give it a read and come back to let me know what you think!