Like that one guy said: Good writers borrow, great writers steal. Welcome to the place where all things have been lifted, looted, and otherwise pilfered…Remember, possession is 9/10s of the law.
For those of you in the Colorado Springs area (or those of you who might just be passing by…) here’s a review of the play I’m currently involved with as co-producer. Special thanks to Bill Wheeler, who hosts a great theater blog that you… Continue Reading “The (Curious Case of the) Watson Intelligence Review!”
King Henry VI, Part 2 by William ShakespeareMy rating: 3 of 5 stars The Henry plays — and a great deal of Shakespeare’s history plays — were written prior to 1594. These are Shakespeare’s early attempts and a lot of critics have pointed out:… Continue Reading “”
Stories for Nighttime and Some for the Day by Ben LooryMy rating: 3 of 5 stars While this book is definitely short and you can read it in one day without any serious effort…I don’t recommend trying to finish in one day. When it… Continue Reading “Review: Stories for Nighttime and Some for the Day, by Ben Loory”
Awww. I held Traci’s babies when they were teeny-tiny – now I (and you, dear blog readers!) get to read her story-babies too. And if you wanna know how much fun this gal is, just check out the title of her piece, just published in High Contrast… Continue Reading “Random Post of Awesome: Braggin’ on a Buddy!: Traci Cizek Sackett in High Contrast Review!”
“Reflection: It is presumably a bad thing to look through articles, reviews, etc. to find one’s own name. Yet I often do.”~Virginia Woolf, A Writer’s Diary While reading through Woolf’s diary, it’s easy to conclude: It’s good Virginia Woolf did not live in the… Continue Reading “Google Your Name Much?”