One of the things I figure I should be blogging about along with where some inspirational ideas to my writing come from is also some of the local places that have helped inspire my writings as well. One of those is the Watts Towers. I’ve known about them almost since I first moved to LA fifteen years ago and have wanted to visit them just as long. It was only just this last month that I finally did. The Watts Towers, or the Towers of Simon Rodia as they are also known as, are a collection of (more…)
Chapter 4 – The Last Picture Show
In this chapter we finally get some more background on Jughead, some of his passions and what exactly is his story. And now Betty and Veronica both know about Archie and Miss Grundy’s relationship and good for them for trying to knock some sense into Archie. Good for Betty for doing some actual investigative work, (more…)
Not exactly going to do a full blown recap of each episode so much as just list some of my musings and pros and cons thoughts about each one. People can feel free to add their own comments in the comment section as they see fit. (more…)
So since the next project I’m working on is a YA mystery the next few blog postings you read about will most likely touch upon YA subjects . . . so with that in mind let’s hit up my first blogging on the subject.
Confession time. I don’t think I can rightfully claim to have ever read a panel (let alone a full issue) of an Archie comic in my life. And this coming from someone who both (more…)
And now for part two of my list of my favorite Stephen King books. Again, this does not cover his numerous short stories, novellas and screenplays. Perhaps those will be listed at a future date and time. Until then . . . here are the top five (for me at least). (more…)
So one thing I’ve been told that people love (particularly in blog posts) are lists. And being as it’s almost Halloween I figured I’d do my top ten favorite Stephen King novels being as he’s probably my favorite author that I read growing up and somewhat responsible for me wanting to be a writer when I grew up. Now, I’m not going to summarize what each novel is about, as I figure by now most people know what his (more…)