Non-Fiction

My Trip to Japan | Prologue, Why I Went

An opener to my massive autobiography series, giving context to why I decided to go to Japan.

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The Secret Love of Geek Girls anthology is well put together| Book Review

I’m a cynic, so by the time I got two-thirds through The Secret Loves of Geek Girls, I wasn’t interested anymore. Geek Girls is a compilation anthology of essays and comics. The theme is about ‘geeky’ women and their romantic lives. I don’t often read anthologies; I only have two others in my collection (one… Continue reading The Secret Love of Geek Girls anthology is well put together| Book Review

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Writing to Write isn’t good Writing

I’m tired. I know that sounds rather cliché, but it’s the truth. It’s not depression, but I have a better understanding of an artist’s lack of drive when depressed. There’s no energy to work, eat, and interact normally AND make a solid, creative piece in a timely manner on a regular basis. This boils down… Continue reading Writing to Write isn’t good Writing

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Johannes Cabal, The Fear Institute by Jonathan L. Howard did its job well | Book Review

Well, I proved myself both wrong and right. The Fear Institute is the third of the Johannes Cabal series but, from what I gathered, previous knowledge isn’t needed to enjoy the story. There were moments, however, that had call-backs to older books, but it didn’t affect the story greatly. Only at the last minute did… Continue reading Johannes Cabal, The Fear Institute by Jonathan L. Howard did its job well | Book Review