It’s Reading Month and a special author’s birthday, so join me as I celebrate two occasions!
April is around the corner, thank goodness, because this month isn’t getting any easier.
A short poem about morning walks.
“Harlem” by Langston Hughes
Join us today to read the heading poem “Pig” by Rudyard Kipling. It’s short and a little dangerous.
A timeless book is one can be discussed forever, and that is most certainly true for “No Country for Old Men.” Join me today as I provide a brief interpretation of Cormac McCarthy’s awesome novel.
Snowmen are strange, but I built one for my daughter anyway.
When January has you down.
I review (sort of) one of the first short stories I tried to sell. Let’s just say the story was bad because it was bad and let’s leave it at that.
Some classic books are entering the public domain. Join me today to take a look!