In the first episode of a new series, I take a look at themes supporting popular books, shows and films.
First up is the Netflix original, "Dark"; a show that puts a twist on time travel. Or rather, puts its audiences minds in a twist with its complex characters and increasingly complex plot developments. Great writing aside, it made me wonder something, which became the catalyst for this episode: What would we do if time travel was possible?
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Narrative Wars 09: Why Is It So Hard To Change People's Minds?
The Writer's Lens - E58: Can Telling A Story Expose Something?
Narrative Wars 08: What Is A Human Life Worth?
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The Writer's Lens - E57: How Do We Go About Exploring New Ideas?
Narrative Wars 07: If We Buy Their Product, Are We Also Buying Their Narrative?
The Writer's Lens - E56: Does Cursing Make a Story More Realistic?
Narrative Wars 06: We Are Told We Can Change The World - Can We?
Narrative Wars 05: How Do We Develop Our Worldviews?
The Writer's Lens - E55: Pride Before The Fall, They Say
The Writer's Lens - E54: Needing To Clarify Some Things About My First Two Books
The Writer's Lens - E53: Sloth And Writing...When You Can't Adult
The Writer's Lens - Interview 16: Jordan Raynor, "All Writers Are Entrepreneurs"
Narrative Wars 04: When We Disagree With Big Narratives
The Writer's Lens - E52: A Writer's Lust Is Not A Labor Of Love
Narrative Wars 03: Who Is Responsible For The 'Big Narratives'?
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