Monday Storytime: Five and Daemon, Part One

I'm going to be putting some of my writing up here for you all to read (or not). I'll probably put something up once a month or so. This first one will be a serial. Today you get Part One. A little background: I saw a story a few weeks ago about a popular TV … Continue reading Monday Storytime: Five and Daemon, Part One

Friday Review: Jesus Christ in the Underworld by Simon Christopher

Jesus Christ in the Underworld by Simon Christopher My rating: 4 of 5 stars This book is hard to describe, and certainly hard to pigeonhole. As it starts, we meet Jesus, newly dead and arriving in Sheol, where he fully expects to be greeted by God. Instead, he's treated like any other dead soul, which … Continue reading Friday Review: Jesus Christ in the Underworld by Simon Christopher

Monday Musings: On the IR List, Winter Is Still Here, and Maple Syrup Time

Somewhere, somehow in the last couple of weeks, I either badly sprained or tore a deep muscle in my back. I actually had to go to the doctor with it. I was on a course of prednisone, and am on clyclobenzprine (Flexeril), which is a muscle relaxant. I had a few not very pleasant days … Continue reading Monday Musings: On the IR List, Winter Is Still Here, and Maple Syrup Time

Friday Review: Sound and Fury: Shakespeare Goes Punk by Various Authors

Sound & Fury: Shakespeare Goes Punk by Jeffrey Cook My rating: 4 of 5 stars I interviewed Jeffrey Cook about this book for my Monday Blog Post He provided me with the Kindle edition and that is what I am reviewing here.Let me start by saying I am a fan of Shakespeare- all of Shakespeare: … Continue reading Friday Review: Sound and Fury: Shakespeare Goes Punk by Various Authors

Wednesday Wanderings: Lessons from Into the Woods, Lighthouse v. Waves, Owning a PitBull Changes You, & Poster Fails

I love "Into the Woods." I've seen the movie, but still prefer the original stage play. Wrapped up in the fairy tales and music are some good life lessons. This post lists many of them. (Yes, there are errors, but the writer is a teenager. It's quite good despite those.): Into the Woods Lighthouses have … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: Lessons from Into the Woods, Lighthouse v. Waves, Owning a PitBull Changes You, & Poster Fails

Monday Meeting: Interview with Jeffrey Cook of Writerpunk Press

This week I am doing an interview with Jeffrey Cook, who is part of Writerpunk Press, a group of authors who write in the various 'punk genres. They have just released "Sound and Fury: Shakespeare Goes Punk", ¬†an anthology of stories based on William Shakespeare's works. None of the authors, editors, artists or others who … Continue reading Monday Meeting: Interview with Jeffrey Cook of Writerpunk Press

Wednesday Wanderings: 17 Cool Space Photos, Fairy Doors, Coulson, and Writing Tips

Seventeen pretty cool space photos: Space Photos Fairy Doors in Somerset, England: Fairy Doors For fans of Marvels Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., here is a nice character analysis of Phil Coulson. "It's always the quiet ones.": Coulson And the writing link of the week is these two tips on plotting that I think are valuable to … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: 17 Cool Space Photos, Fairy Doors, Coulson, and Writing Tips

Monday Musings: The Sap is Running!

For those wondering if Spring is ever coming, I can now say: Yes! Not only are some of the birds beginning to sing their Spring songs, the sparrows have been revisiting their nesting sites under our air conditioning units. One more sign: the sap is running in the trees. We have sugar maples on our … Continue reading Monday Musings: The Sap is Running!

Friday Review: (TV) Agent Carter

My rating: 5 stars This Marvel spin-off centers on Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell), who was an active agent with the Stragegic Scientific Reserve during WWII. Now that the war is over, she finds herself relegated to little more than the office secretary, filing and taking lunch orders. When Howard Stark is accused of treason after … Continue reading Friday Review: (TV) Agent Carter

Wednesday Wandreings: Our Second Moon, Overthinker Problems, Zodiac Monsters, and Superheroes with Dirty Minds

It seems we have a second moon orbiting the Earth. But this one has one wacky orbit: Second Moon We overthinkers have our own special problems. Here are five, and, yes, I can relate to every single one of them: Overthinker Problems The twelve signs of the Zodiac, re-imagined as pretty cool monsters: Zodiac Monsters … Continue reading Wednesday Wandreings: Our Second Moon, Overthinker Problems, Zodiac Monsters, and Superheroes with Dirty Minds