Greetings and salutations, dear readers. I recently made my first foray into writing articles about fishing, and I actually got published. Yay!
Well, it's been a hot minute since I posted a new post. To those of you who have been still coming to my blog all this time, thank you. You are a shining light in the crap heap that is 2020. I think that most people have been knocked down by the pandemic, and I'm no exception.
I’m on an “improve things about my life” binge, and one of those things I want to better is my blog. Hopefully, dear readers, we can learn together how to make our blogs. Without further ado, here are some tips for blogging.
It’s that time of week again—time to do the Flash Fiction Challenge! This week's song is "Silhouettes" by The Rays, and my piece has a little spy action going on . . . .
So, I have some good news. I recently got my proposal for my dissertation project approved by my committee. Yippee! This means that I get to start writing my actual dissertation, which leads me to some scary news. I now have to write my PhD dissertation.
I endeavor to write flash fiction on a regular basis to help get the creative juices flowing, and I invite you, dear readers, to join me.
I’m on an “improve things about my life” binge, and one of those things I want to better is my blog. So, I have been searching the WordPress world for posts about blogs, because who better to tell you how to improve your blog than actual bloggers? Maybe what I’ve found can help you too.
Lately, I seen several people confront what they see as failures. All of them have handled their supposed “failures” with grace, logic, and humility that I can only hope to emulate.
It seems like where literary references once reigned supreme, they now have been usurped by phrases invented by reality TV stars and YouTubers. I’m not necessarily saying that the new colloquialisms are bad. However, I think that we should bring back the literary references too. You know, let the old and new intermingle together to create a hodgepodge of cultural references. Here are some literary references that I think we should use more often so that they don’t become forgotten.