Tag: literature

A Lazy October Update

As Summer weather malingers in the dusty woodlands of central California, I look back at an extraordinarily eventful year (even by my oft-eccentric standards) before the Holiday Onslaught. Oh, but the level of activity promises to accelerate even further in 2019, with every possible effort and device—literary and otherwise—calibrated to attain maximum overdrive at the international Frankfurt Book Expo in 2020, where I will … Read More A Lazy October Update

Reading And Writing While Intoxicated (by LIFE, thank you very much)

I suppose some people might be interested in what (if anything) a writer likes to read while he or she is in the process of creating a new, long-form literary work of his or her own. Do I binge on vintage comic books culled from secretive forays to collectibles stores, flea-markets, and online eBay auctions? Do I crack open a box of bon-bons and … Read More Reading And Writing While Intoxicated (by LIFE, thank you very much)

POP HAZMAT HEADLINE DU JOUR: “Bieber Takes Heat for Hoping Anne Frank Would Have Been Fan” by Jonathan Kieran

NOTE TO GOODREADS COMMUNITY: HANG TIGHT — WE’RE GOING TO BE LAUNCHING SOME WONDERFUL GIVEAWAYS VERY SOON AND TRULY APPRECIATE YOUR INTEREST AND SUPPORT ~Jonathan K. A rather arrogant goddess wants to skin the face off the most adorable warlock you could ever imagine. YOU can save him for only $0.99. Click HERE. HAZMAT HEADLINE DU JOUR: Bieber Takes Heat for Hoping Anne Frank … Read More POP HAZMAT HEADLINE DU JOUR: “Bieber Takes Heat for Hoping Anne Frank Would Have Been Fan” by Jonathan Kieran