My, do I wish I would've paid much closer attention in school when we read Fahrenheit 451. The short novel is prophetic and wise beyond its years, hence why it's still around today and will always be one of the best and most alarming stories out there. I just completed a reread of Ray Bradbury's most … Continue reading The Fire Man
I listen to a lot of the lectures talks from Dr. Jordan B. Peterson and one person he loves to talk about is Aleksandr Solzhenitzyn, a Soviet gulag survivor. Solzhenitzyn's life was rather extraordinary in that he studies math and physics at Rostov State University in Russia, was an artillery officer in WWII, then was … Continue reading One Day In The Life of Ivan Denisovich by Aleksandr Solzhenitzyn
The most recent novel I've completed is The Delta Star by Joseph Wambaugh. This book was truly one of a kind in terms of style. It's a police book but it's more than that. Most police books are mystery novels driven entirely by plot following one or two officers. This book was character-driven through and through. … Continue reading The Delta Star by Joseph Wambaugh
Finally, I've completed my first edit of my second novel, Sirens. I've been putting it off for months, considering I finished the first draft almost a year ago. It was difficult to get to it and my routine wasn't as regimented as I would've liked, but I got it done. After completing the first draft, … Continue reading Finally…
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