The final episode of the final season has seen its completion and I must say, overall, I enjoyed the ending. Many didn't like the ending, many felt it was a big let down. I enjoyed the way it wrapped up but definitely take solace in the fact that the books are not finished and that … Continue reading My Response to the End of GoT TV Series: Spoiler Alert!
Game of Thrones' final episode airs in approximately six hours and there are so many questions to be answered. For those of you who don't watch GoT, you're not impressing people by not watching it, you're missing out. It's like never listening to one of the greatest stories of our time for the sake of … Continue reading GoT: My Hopes and Predictions
This here's a bit of a book review. I just finished A Bend in the Road by Nicholas Sparks. I've read a number of his books because the way I can best describe my desire to read them is there is so much negativity in the world that Sparks reminds us of the good stuff … Continue reading A Bend in the Road
Finishing the first draft of your novel is best described as relieving. Your story, albeit in rough form, is finally down on paper and out of your head. It's finally tangible and real. It's freeing because you don't have the looming feeling hovering over you that you need to put it down. You've done that … Continue reading Why the First Edit is the Best and the Worst
I was never much into Westerns. Cowboys and Indians didn't really appeal to me and I didn't have much desire to go about reading novels from that genre. That was all changed when I was coaxed into purchasing Red Dead Redemption 2. I had never played the original Red Dead Revolver or Red Dead Redemption … Continue reading Tales of Western Lore