believe that beauty is inherent in the majority of the written language that we use. Most of the instances that come to my mind come from fishing books. Perhaps this is because of my own affinity for fishing, or maybe it is because of the spiritual nexus that comes together when fishing, fisherman, water, and nature meet. The beauty does not even have to come from erudite language that moves circuitously through meaning like a winding mountain stream. Henry Winkler’s (yes, the Fonz) writing perhaps best demonstrates the beauty in simple language.
Imagine my excitement when I heard that one of my favorite alternative rock bands, Ingram Hill, was coming out with a new album. Imagine my skepticism when I saw that the album was classified as “country”—the last stop before possible musical oblivion for many pop and rock artists.
With Jazz Pharmaceuticals’ (NASDAQ: JAZZ) remarkable share price increase from a 52-week low of $34.02 to a recent high of $60.00, it makes you wonder how much gas JAZZ has left in the tank. A biopharmaceutical company based in Ireland, JAZZ produces sixteen different medications pertaining to narcolepsy, pain management, oncology, psychiatry, and women’s health.... Continue Reading →
Deep breath. Loosen the shoulders. Close your eyes and open them. “Dang it! Nothing.” The cursor blinks mockingly at me on my blank Microsoft Word document. I get up from my chair and walk around my room. Apparently, writing a novel is more difficult than I thought. Where’s the dog, I think to myself. I... Continue Reading →