Heroes Face Hard Decisions

Are heroes chosen?
Or, do the choices made by ordinary people define a hero?

There is a recurring argument in storytelling.

One side claims that something or someone decides who becomes a hero.

The other side claims that a hero is an ordinary person who takes action, and chooses to be heroic.

Two writers are using a comic book character, and his universe, to further the argument that heroes are not chosen.

Your Virtual Tour of Winter Play with Play Rise and Blue Alchemy Studio

By Seth Singleton I have never been to a gaming demo event. My first game demo event was on January 11, 2018.  Playcrafting presented the event, and Google Launchpad was the host. I Get By With A Little Help From My Friends My friend Jabari Alii is the founder of …

Don’t Forget To Tie Your Tie

Editor’s Note — This is the first in a series about things that my father taught me and continues to teach me.
December 24 is his birthday and I thought this was an appropriate way to celebrate him.
Additional stories may include values observed in other fathers, popular stories about dads and more.

Your Company Story Reveals Its Values

Brand Storytelling is the source document for telling your company’s story. 

Stories define our environment. Stories represent our hopes, fears, and values.