We all know that many things don’t age well, particularly when it comes to media and pop-culture. We’ve all been locked up with all of our old movies and books that many of us have revisited, so I thought this would be an interesting thing to post. Being twenty years into the 21st century, I thinkContinue reading “10 Things That Still Hold Up in 2020”
So Suzanne Collins’ newest book, The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, was released ealier last week. Sarabeth’s only got a few pages left as of this writing, and I’ll be reading it soon, so look forward to a full review from us soon. I did some digging around on some of my older posts and foundContinue reading “Does The Hunger Games Go Too Far?”
There’s two sides of every coin, lest we take the bad without the good. That’s why I’m listing the top ten things that we got from the shutdown from March to May. 10. Some time off Admittedly not everyone got furloughed or let go due to the coronavirus, but many millions of people did. SoContinue reading “Top 10 Good Things that Have Come from the Shutdown”
If these quarantine times have offered any value at all, it’s the gift of time. AmIright? (Unless you’re a healthcare or retail worker, or hold any position that has been deemed essential, then you truly are a hero worthy of Tony Stark’s EDITH glasses.) But for the rest of us, we’ve been given the opportunityContinue reading “Starting Fresh, Starting Over”
A married couple in quarantine reaches out to others in the same boat.
So you’re a writer. Or you try to be, anyway. With kids and doctor appointments and work and school and your spouse’s psychological mommy-issues, you’re lucky if you can manage to write one paragraph in any given day. But suppose one day the heavens opened up, the school’s not calling you to pick your kidsContinue reading “How Your Personal Hygiene Can Help You Finish Writing Your Book”
Do you ever sit at your desk at work and click your tongue to a song that’s stuck in your head? Or tap your pen or finger to a little ditty that won’t dance away? Like this: tap tap tap tap tap tap tap tap-tap tap tap tap tap tap tap tap. Tap tap-tap tapContinue reading “Writers: Sing, Don’t Tap”