Book Review: The Dark Tower VI: Song of Susannah by Stephen King

Book 6 is done and we're only one book out. This has been a while ride, and I'm happy to say that we're seeing more action, more risk, more payoff, more everything. After the disappointment of book 4, book 5 was a welcome change and thankfully this trend has carried on in book 6. As... Continue Reading →


The Magic Of Rereading And The Dangers of Nostalgia

Last year I stirred up some stuff (as I'm prone to do), when I admitted I very rarely reread books. You can read a blog post about it here, but the short story is, I just always have something new I want to get my hands and eyes on. It's not something I do on purpose,... Continue Reading →

How I Learned To Like My Own Writing

Twitter is a great place to be if you're an author. (Or a writer, or a poet, or whatever you want to call yourself. If you make symbols that create words, in any capacity, Twitter is great). Just search for the hashtags #WritingCommunity or #AmWriting, and you're in. The #WritingCommunity has helped me a lot.... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Rapier by R.A. Correa

Whoa! - This book surprised me a lot. It's difficult to know where to begin, so let's start with some plot: There's two protagonists; Kathy Masters and Cindy. Kathy is a woman on her way out in the world, working as a photographer, employed by the Galactic Geographic Society. Cindy is just a child, and... Continue Reading →

Why I Quit Writing On Tuesdays

Let me just get it out: I'm all for habits. I'm super habitual. It's how you learn anything really, sitting down and grinding at it, again and again, until it's done. I love habits. At the same time, I'm very against the 'you have to write every day' philosophy toward writing. I can't write every... Continue Reading →

How I Got Past My Slump

If you've been paying attention to my last few posts, you'll know that I worked really hard on my writing during December and then writer's/worker's block hit hard in the beginning of 2019. Good, now you're up to speed. It was weird, because it wasn't that I didn't want to write. I would sit down... Continue Reading →

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