There’s no sense in doing a traditional review of a book like this, so instead I’m going to take a brief look at this classic, highly influential piece and try to discuss what we can learn from it. Obviously there’s more to it than I’m … Continue reading i, Robot by Isaac Asimov
As I’ve mentioned before, this is my favorite novel. It’s strange that it is, since I rarely read literary fiction or romance. What initially drew me to it was the historical and cultural slant, since Japanese culture has always fascinated me. But what makes it … Continue reading Memoirs of a Geisha by Arthur Golden
I wanted to take a moment to try and sort out some thoughts because the world makes less and less sense every day. Please bear with me as I try to make sense of everything racing through my mind. There have been so many acts … Continue reading Where is the love?
Hello everyone (all 12 of you, woot)! So, it’s been a while. Yes, I’m still here, but wow has it been a crazy couple of months.
I had been told for many years that I should read this book. My mother would wax poetical about how great the series is and how funny Harry Dresden is. Finally, I caved and started reading, with unfortunately high expectations. Many spoilers ahead.
I’m pleased to announce that my first draft of Dragon Age: The Fifth Blight has been completed, and I accomplished my Camp NaNo goal. Camp was a fun experience and a great way to stay motivated to write every day. Some days were better than others, but that’s to be expected. The important part is committing to getting the work done.