Ah, it’s about time I finished a book on writing, or rather, THE book On Writing. I am a writer, after all. On Writing by Stephen King is a 291 page long novel all about writing. It starts off as a series of King’s memories, in an effort to show the audience how an author […]Read more "Book Review #3: On Writing by Stephen King"
Yeah, this is never happening on Monday. Let’s accept it. Okay? Okay. I’m currently reading “On Writing” by Stephen King (I don’t read horror and even I’ve heard of him; if you haven’t, you poor soul, here is a way to get to know him better), and I’m on page 107 out of 297. I’ve […]Read more "It’s Monday, What Are You Reading? Oh, a day early…"
This is written on my “about the author page”, but I wanted to make it a blog post to make it clear to my readers. I received the inspiration for the title from Stranger Things, where the science teacher was using the flea and the acrobat to explain how to walk between dimensions. Why the […]Read more "Why the strange blog title?"
I just read the finale of “Make Me” by Lee Child (494 pages) underneath a warm blanket and a bowl of cheesy popcorn. The best way to read the ending of a book. Because boy did this finale deserve the popcorn. For those of you who didn’t read my first impressions of this book in […]Read more "Book Review #2: Make Me by Lee Child"
Saturday’s better than Monday, right? Anyways, I’m going to participate in that IMWAYR meme and go ahead and check in. First off, let’s start by talking about this new book I’m reading. It’s called “Make Me” by Lee Child, I’m about 121 pages into it, and it’s a Jack Reacher novel. I’ve never read a Jack […]Read more "It’s Monday, What Are You Reading? No wait it’s Saturday…"
Today I finished the book “I Am the Messenger” by Markus Zusak (357 pages) (author of “the Book Thief”. You can visit his personal blog here) . I’m still reeling. It’s as though my life can now be defined as “before the book” and “after the book”. Sometimes people are beautiful. Not in looks. Not […]Read more "Book Review #1: I Am the Messenger by Markus Zusak"
Hello world. Before we launch into book reviews, short stories, and general musings about how the written word has the power to explore the unknown, let’s start with a bit of an introduction to the author. Here is ten random facts about me. 1. I love the thriller/action and science fiction genres the best […]Read more "Ten Facts about Me"