Here are my goals for what I think is going to be a big year for me. Writing About that book I’ve been working on… I am going to finish the horror\SFF (sci-fi and fantasy) book this year. Then, I am going to edit the hell out of this book. I am about 45k words… Continue reading 2022 goals
Thank you for another year, readers. Have a happy new year. Make it weird!
One of the books I promised myself I would review this year is a book of deeply personal essays by my favorite author, John Green. As I mentioned in this earlier post from June, this was one of my favorite books of the year at that time: Top books read this year. I can’t say… Continue reading Book of the year: The Anthropocene Reviewed by John Green
I am going to keep this review short and say that this the Green Bone Saga is the greatest epic fantasy family crime series ever in my opinion. I should warn you that this is an adult series. I think Fonda Lee is a brilliant author because the characters feel real to me. It’s gratifying… Continue reading Jade LEGACY Review: Green Bone Saga Concludes
Some of the things I like to do when travelling or any time is to listen to live music, explore, and learn a bit about where I’m traveling. My parents and I flew to Austin, Texas, in mid-November. All in all, it was a cool trip.
The last time I flew on a plane was in April 2015 on a church youth trip to Boston. There are a couple reasons for this: Had some major health stuff going on like DBS surgeries, foot surgeries, etc.I had outgrown my old manual chair that I had used for the Boston trip and didn’t… Continue reading The Trip
I have three books to bring to you readers in my personal ranked level of excitement. Each of them is the final book in series that I love. Looking for holiday gift ideas for sci-fi and fantasy readers? These are the books I’m ordering from our local independent bookstore for some of my favorite readers,… Continue reading November: Time to read!
Let’s get you caught up with everything in my life (that I choose to share with you) “Draw a hardline” I went to a Julien Baker concert at First Avenue if you saw the pictures on Twitter and Facebook. Everything worked smoothly as far as showing our vaccine photos on our phone to online tickets… Continue reading What have I been up to?
It’s been a while. I have been tired and running a little fever all week. COVID results are negative along with other tests the doctor ordered. Otherwise, besides feeling generally not great, I am awesome. Writing I am currently 19k words into the medical thriller\horror book I am writing. I know that this is a… Continue reading Writing & Quests
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