Airport lockers. We rent them the way people once rented apartments before ubiquitous heli-travel. They represent our public space. Somewhere to store, fill, or hide. The contents tell tales, but mine has been silent. It has always been empty. Until today. Someday, when she realizes this locker has been abandoned she’ll open it. I can almost […]
Saw IT this weekend and was so happy to finally have a Stephen King adaptation that rose to the heights of the book. It was classic 80’s King, which also feels current due to the recent 80’s revival with shows like Stranger Things and the Goldbergs. My favorite aspect of the film was the fact that […]
I finally got around to reading the short story “The Story of Your Life” by Ted Chiang. I’d been meaning to ever since I heard that the movie Arrival was based off of it. I’ve written before how much I liked Arrival and the story that inspired it was just as interesting. At 45 pages […]
I’ve always enjoyed Lincoln Child’s collaborations with Douglas Preston, but this is the first solo work of his I have read. The Adirondacks, and “enigmologist” and werewolves! Quick fun read. No heavy lifting required.
This book was tailor-made for me. It is like the author found every element that I found fascinating and rolled them into one short novel. My only small complaint is the ending. Wrapped up a little too neatly for my taste, but I am quibbling. This was an excellent book. Genre: Horror, but tastefully done […]
Love his answer to this. I tell my students this all the time, albeit in much gentler terms! I find myself having an extremely difficult time getting anything out when I sit down to write. Do you have any tips or suggestions for someone looking to take their first steps into the world of creativity? […]
What do you get when you mix 1 part Jame Rollins thriller, 2 parts Elizabeth Kostova’s The Historian and then stir vigorously with a Dean Koontz swizzle-stick? You get Andrew Pyper’s latest, The Only Child, a modern spin on the Gothic novel. Gothic fiction has been with us since the early 1800’s. Most people think […]