A short tribute to Ernest Hemingway, the man and the writer, born July 21, 1899. I talk about his works and his enduring legacy.
All things literature, from book reviews to original short fiction.
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A review of Barbara Ridley’s debut novel When It’s Over (2017): a work of historical fiction grounded in the true story of her parents’ experiences.
“The Magic of Growing Up,” a short, sweet story about puppy love set in the world of Jimi Rodriguez’s fantasy series From Chaos Comes Order.
A Chronicle of Creation, Entry VI. I talk about writing the third chapter of The Many. Includes an excerpt from Chapter 3!
“Red Rapunzel,” a short story and twisted fairytale. A spin on the original fairytale. Not the Disney version. No happily ever afters.
“Splinters,” a dystopian short story. When society becomes autocratic and regimented, we all become trapped… one way or another.
After that first chapter finishing high, let me tell you — writing the second chapter sucks. But I got through! Updates on The Many.
A review of Nicole Weisensee Egan’s Chasing Cosby — nonfiction about Bill Cosby’s downfall and the workings of the American justice system.
Let’s talk about magic! In my fourth entry into “A Chronicle of Creation,” I talk about building a magic system for my fantasy novel THE MANY.
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