April is around the corner, thank goodness, because this month isn’t getting any easier.
“Harlem” by Langston Hughes
I collected books from a closed down school over the weekend, and I got some good finds!
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 ideas for things I want to accomplish next year. I would love to hear your plans for writing in 2021!
Merry Christmas, everybody!