When I'm not writing, I'm either gaming or reading. This week I'll be giving you a little peek at what I've been reading recently and what I've had on the back-burner for over four years (oh dear...).
Following up from my post last week, I wanted to expand on what I said about everything being a narrative, and them being quite literally everywhere.
Specifically, I wanted to comment on games as narratives. Now if you're a gamer, surely you play for the entertainment value. But how important is the story?
Fiction is forever predicting what will come next. But how accurate is it, and how much have we caught up to the imaginations of writers such as Isaac Asimov and Alan Moore?