Since Episode abandon that style (for whatever reason), Choices art style stands out. I showed my college roommate Episode and she despised every style except the one Spotlight story I showed her (shout out to Black Absinthe by Kay Elle).
Granted this only one person, but the point is, different art styles attract different audiences.
Aside from that I have a short screenplay titled "New Woman" that's going into production during 2017.
Meanwhile, I'm writing more screenplays, working on editing a couple novels I've finished, and running this website/writing all of its content. Please contact me at [email protected] hit me up on Twitter (@fathergore) if you want to chat, collaborate, or have any questions for me.
I'm starting my Master's program doing a Creative Thesis option aside from the coursework. I get to work with Newfoundland author Lisa Moore, one of the writers in residence at MUN. My stories "Funeral" and "Sight of a Lost Shore" are available in The Cuffer Anthologies Vol. Stories to be printed soon are "Night and Fog", and "The Book of the Black Moon" from Centum Press (both printed in 2016) and "Skin" from Science Fiction Reader.
Another Centum Press anthology will contain my story "In the Eye of the Storm" to be printed in 2017. Pilgrim's latest novel The Adventures of Ernest Doane Volume I was edited by me, too.
**SPOILER WARNING**These recaps are dark and full of spoilers, so only continue reading if you've caught up on the latest episode of the show.
We won't be spoiling anything from the books if you haven't read them or any production leaks that have found their way onto the internet. PETE: Staying with Arya, I loved her next scene with the Lannister soldiers.
I completed my Honours thesis on John Milton's Paradise Lost and the communal aspects of its conception, writing, as well as its later printing and publication.
Laird Samuel Barron (born 1970) is an American author and poet, much of whose work falls within the horror, noir, and dark fantasy genres.
He has also been the Managing Editor of the online literary magazine Melic Review. His professional writing debut occurred in 2001 when Gordon Van Gelder published Shiva, Open Your Eye in the September issue of The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction.
It's a fairly new app and there is no denying that Episode is miles above it.
However, the pros Choices have heavily outweigh their cons in my opinion.