To Be Continued by Prex J.D. V Ybasco, A Book Review

To Be Continued is a YA coming of age tale about a college student named Azalea Anthony and her loves of writing, basketball, and coffee. Through this work we get a feel for the often turbulent love connections among Azalea and her friends, and through this lens we get a depiction of what Prex J.D. V… Continue reading To Be Continued by Prex J.D. V Ybasco, A Book Review

Tenth of December By George Saunders, Book Review

There are only a handful of writers I can think of who can handle a character with such maturity that, even within a short story, I can get a full picture. One of these noble few is George Saunders. He's had stories published in The New Yorker, GQ, and other publishers ad aemulationum; he's also… Continue reading Tenth of December By George Saunders, Book Review

Attraction is Imaginable, A Short Story

Is that a pink bow? Didn't think women wore bows anymore. I mean it looks cute, but I guess her cuteness isn't some aesthetic expression for me; it's for her own self-expression. Wait, what's that on her bow? Squinting sucks, I should buy new glasses at some point. Too poor to deal with that now,… Continue reading Attraction is Imaginable, A Short Story

Fahrenheit 451 a Book Review

Here's a review I did of Fahrenheit 451 from about a year ago. It's nice to read my opinions on these works with some distance between. #amwriting #amreading

Solid Ground by Jeff McKown, A Book Review

I happened on Solid Ground by Jeff McKown purely by chance. It was one of those coincidences only social media allows, that my review on Letters to a Young Poet brought on. The work was dreadfully beautiful. McKown finds the most ignoble traits within a person, and, instead of caricaturing them or forcing about melodrama,… Continue reading Solid Ground by Jeff McKown, A Book Review