What Are You Reading?

Today is National Readathon Day, a glorious four-hour period (noon-4pm) devoted to reading.     I’m working through The Goldfinch, which I picked up a couple of days ago. This novel is by Donna… Continue reading

The Aesthetica Creative Writing Annual 2015

T’is a happy day indeed! My copy of Aesthetica Magazine‘s Creative Writing Annual 2015 arrived in the mail, featuring a short story by yours truly!   The book is a beauty, very portable… Continue reading

The Secret History ~ Review (Some Spoilers)

“Psychology is only another word for what the ancients called fate.” The Secret History tells the story of six students at a small, arty New England college and the circumstances surrounding a murder within the… Continue reading

The Year in Books

Every year I participate in the Goodreads Reading Challenge. I usually manage between 30-40 books a year, not counting the books I re-read (which I think should count :p) So, how’d I do… Continue reading

A Secret Ballroom Built In The 1800s Lies Under A Lake, Guarded By Neptune

A Secret Ballroom Built In The 1800s Lie s Under A Lake, Guarded By Neptune.

Writing~ 60% Down

From Goya to Dore to Crane, my protagonist is obsessed with illustrations… ‘Be not afeard; the Isle is full of noises, Sounds and sweet airs, that give delight and hurt not. Sometimes a… Continue reading

The Book Thief ~ A Review

THE BOOK THIEF has been on my shelf practically since it came out, but I kept putting it off and reading other things instead. Finally, last month, I decided to read it. My… Continue reading

Why We Write…

In honor of NaNoWrimo, I was asked by the good folks over at Webucator to talk a bit about my experience with writing, my goals, and what motivates to continue writing despite how… Continue reading

Short Story Award ~ Finalist

I’m super excited about this. Aesthetica Magazine is a great read with a beautiful look and feel, and I’m honored to have been chosen for publication! The story I submitted is one I wrote… Continue reading

But Why Will You Say That I Am Mad?

In honor of All Hallow’s Eve I invite you to have a read. The Tell-Tale Heart, published in 1843, is perhaps Poe‘s most famous story. This narrative has often been seen as an exemplary… Continue reading

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