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Cirsova: The time to jump on the bandwagon is now.

I know a lot of good independent writers. I know a number of good independent artists, and few really top notch independent editors. I even know several good independent voice actors for recording audiobooks. All of which is great, because … Continue reading

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Infinity Wars: Earth’s Mightiest Baking Show

Okay, this will be a critique of the film Avengers: Infinity Wars.  There will be spoilers. If you have not seen the film and intend to, read no further. Spoilers beyond this point. 

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Big Top Storytelling

On Sunday I attended the matinee of this year’s Circus Flora performance. I have mentioned before in this blog how much I love having a traditional small circus based in my home town. I strongly urge anyone who can arrange … Continue reading

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Some Enchanted Evening

This is a follow up post to Endless Summer, and I will be expanding on the theme I addressed in that post. In my other post I talked about fiction that revolves around a child growing into a young adult. … Continue reading

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Endless Summer

“All children, except one, grow up.” Well, no. Not these days. In modern fiction characters who actually grow up–that is, transition from one stage of life to another–are the exception rather than the rule. Recently I listened to two classics … Continue reading

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Ready Player One: A Stylistic Autopsy

Okay, in this article I will be dissecting the film Ready Player One. I will not be discussing the book, which I have not read. What I have to say is directly related to significant plot elements. I am not … Continue reading

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That is not dead which can eternal lie…

Perhaps it was the smoke on the horizon that turned the setting sun into a dropped blood orange, or perhaps it was the pus-slimed wound in the his side, but the King was coughing–quietly, almost apologetically, a diametric opposite from … Continue reading

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