Life has been chaotic but at least there are books to read.
This is the kind of novel I’ll reread on a bad day for many years to come. It’s rare to find books that comfort you like that. And yet–and yet, there’s something I can’t reconcile with: their incredible privilege.
Ultimately this is a story about the one that got away. The book wonders what could have been. Therein lies its tragedy.
How do you write an exciting adventure story? I’ve been mulling over this recently.
Thirty questions to ask your character!
Day two of lockdown featured frantic calls to the vet.
My thoughts on my first Ursula Le Guin novel.
“Because I was up last night, I started The Crown. I’ll say it’s for research, and that’s true, but the fact is, Netflix has recommended it to me so many times, that I just gave up and decided to watch the first episode.”
As I try to power through with positivity, I’ve been thinking about the value of art, and artists.