Especially if you’re active, or intend or hope to be active, in the greater science fiction/fantasy writing community: sf writer Laura J. Mixon (aka Morgan J. Locke) provides an exhaustive investigation and analysis of the work – if that’s the appropriate word – of a “new, young” writer who turns out to be a well-known internet troll with a long-term record of personal attacks and community destruction.
(No, I’m not giving that person’s name(s) here; I have no desire to give them any more Googlejuice, or to set myself up as a target for somebody to punch full of holes. But the blog post at the link will provide.)
As far as writing advice and philosophy go, two associated points that are more directly in line with the concerns of this blog:
First, this person’s personality and their pattern of bad behavior do not stop them from being a good…
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