In my last post I speculated that I might not have much time for blogging over the summer. I guess that turned out to be correct- but I finally have … Continue reading Cover Reveal for My Upcoming Book!
As you may or may not have noticed, I haven’t been blogging much this year. I always want to be posting on this site, but sometimes life gets in the … Continue reading Life Updates & a Special Announcement
I knew from the beginning that 2021 would be different. I graduated from The University of Winchester in 2014 without any plan for my life, and spent seven years living … Continue reading My Year in Review: 2021
The intent of this little series has always been to reflect on my obsession with preserving the past, which I’ve always gone about in the same basic way: externalizing the … Continue reading Preserving the Past Part 3: Post-Graduation Travels in the USA
Last week I finished watching Ken Burns’ recent documentary on the life of Ernest Hemingway, which was honestly a match made in heaven for me. Burns is my favorite documentary … Continue reading Stories & Heroes: My Reflections on Ken Burns’ Hemingway Documentary
I knew that I wanted to study Creative Writing at university when I was twelve years old. From that point forward, I focused everything on building towards this very specific, … Continue reading Reflecting on the Worth of My Creative Writing Degree
In my Year in Review post for 2020, I mentioned how the COVID-19 pandemic reaffirmed my need for strong guidelines with clearly-defined, specific, and actionable targets. I found that I … Continue reading Lockdown Productivity
Last week I went a little meta by writing a blog post about me blogging. Today I’m gonna double-down on that and write a blog post about a blog post … Continue reading Blogging & Authenticity
Howdy. I feel like it’s been a hot minute since I’ve addressed my readers directly- and perhaps that’s the problem right there. When I started this blog, I wanted to … Continue reading Where I’m At & Where I Want to Be
There is a paradox in that I both want to know more about the universe of Doom and want its mystery preserved. In my review for Doom Eternal I outlined the … Continue reading What’s Next for Doom?
Woof. 2019 has been a surreal year in many ways, and as such I’m not sure how to catalogue it. When I think about 2019 my first thought goes towards … Continue reading My Year in Review: 2019
Last week (September 22-28) was Banned Books Week, and given that I’ve committed this year to reading more books challenged by brain-dead morons, I feel like I can’t not do … Continue reading Banned Books Week 2k19 – Sadeq Hedayat