My rating: 4 stars The following review may contains some mild spoilers. Nothing major (I don't think) but if you prefer to go in with a completely blank slate, you might want to skip reading the whole post. In a nutshell: It was good. You should go see it! Finally got to see Captain Marvel … Continue reading Friday (Movie) Review: Captain Marvel
A lot of people are not big fans of the grammar check function in word processors. Many wish they could turn it off, but many times, it's tied to the spell check function and that one is useful. Usually. I will confess that I don't absolutely hate grammar check software. I don't think I'd miss … Continue reading Wednesday on Writing: Why Do Word Processors Even Have Grammar Check?
It's almost the end of March, and you know what the means, right? Well, maybe not, but what it means for me is that it is time to start thinking about this year's garden. I have thought about it before this, and have my plan for the year, plus I ordered seeds. But we are … Continue reading Monday Musings: Marching On
We watched these two Gerard Butler movies recently. Hunter Killer is the more recent of the two, released in 2018. Shattered (originally titled Butterfly on a Wheel) is from 2007. They are very different movies, so I am not going to try to compare them. I'll just give a few thoughts. Hunter Killer: ( 2.5 stars) This is your basic military … Continue reading Friday (Movies) Review: Hunter Killer and Shattered
Hello, Head Cold, my old friend. You've come to visit me again. With your phlegm always creeping, And my tired eyes are weeping. And the germs that were planted in my brain Still remain Within the sounds of hacking. And that, my friends, is how my week is going. How's yours? ====================================================== Medusa “Deuce” Grainger … Continue reading Tuesday is Tough
The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas by Ursula K. Le Guin My rating: 3 of 5 stars This is a very short story- only about 4 pages- by the well-known and well-loved author of The Earthsea Trilogy and The Left Hand of Darkness. It is intriguing and disturbing, and raises questions that maybe we … Continue reading Friday Review: The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas by Ursula K. LeGuin
How do you know when your story is done? That is a very good question, and I'm afraid there isn't a very good answer. Because, for the most part, it never really is. "But you have stories and books that you have published. Aren't they done?" Well, yes, they are. At least, they have a … Continue reading Wednesday on Writing: When Is It Done?