I’ll give it away right now. The Orphan Master’s Son deserves the Pulitzer it earned because it’s one of the most entertaining, funny, dark, and depressing books I’ve read in a long time, providing an inside look into the enigma that is North Korea.
Already written a story but want to take it to a science-fiction setting? Our new Make Any Story Sci-Fi Project will demonstrate exactly how to integrate URS storyworld elements into what you’ve done to do just that.
The reference section now stands at 350 articles, covering a range of topics that help color the URS storyworld. This and other improvements help the site keep growing.
Following the same template as the other books in the Alex Delaware series, Jonathan Kellerman adds a solid new entry to his series. But, after almost thirty years with the same characters, it begs the question of age. As in, how old is Alex Delaware?
Two new storytelling projects have launched, The Lost Children and Balance of Powers. It’s always amazing to see how people take advantage of the internet to get their stories out there. Click through to find out more about each one.