Apparently, it needs to be covered: How To Make an Apology. Let’s start with some context. WHEN to apologize. The answer is “yes.” 1. Whether it’s been 10 minutes or 10 years (or 90 years)- if you need to apologize, do it. This is a hard one, but there it is: it is never too late… Continue reading Manners: Apologies
Tamora Pierce is one of my favorite authors. She is on the short list of “oh, I saw one of Tamora’s books I haven’t read. I’ll pick that up and read it.” I don’t love every book of hers I’ve read, but I’ve loved enough. And pretty much anything she wrote in Tortall is a win… Continue reading Review: The Song of the Lioness
I will try to avoid spoilers in this review, but I can’t 100% guarantee I won’t “spoil” some…. surprise? I had to put a question mark there because that is my greatest criticism. I didn’t feel like this movie was surprising. I went in thinking “Ok, I expect to see this, this and this character” (100% from the… Continue reading Review: Thor Ragnarok
I can sum up my review with “If you liked the first one, I think you’ll like this one.” Like many of my movie reviews, I’m going to put “spoiler warning” in here. This one is stronger than most because there is a particular scene I’m going to talk about that is a quite spoiler-y.… Continue reading Review: Blade Runner 2049
Some of my favorite writers blog. They blog regularly and I am trying to. But since I can’t say “ok, every Tuesday is my blog-writing day” and sometimes I work 8 hours of fun and sometimes 10 hours of stress…. what I’m saying is I’m trying to be good about regular posts. Of course my “will only… Continue reading Musings: The purpose of a blog
I won! I won Camp NaNoWriMo for July 2017. Yay! My Goal was 30,000 words in 31 days. This is LESS than 1,000 words a day. I made it with 80 words to spare (I clocked in July 31st at 9:30pm with 30,089 words) Whew. I had a few really good days – mostly Saturday mornings… Continue reading Writing: Camp NaNoWriMo
What if we learn in 500 years that there is a new, weird mold on our wheat which makes people hallucinate & develop paranoia? — Librin Latone (@LibrinLatone) July 29, 2017 This would help me SO MUCH. It would make so much of what is happening in the world today make more sense (to me).… Continue reading Politics: Are we Hallucinating?