Morning, true and clear

Hi. A bit off topic this morning, not about writing or reading, but about contemplating something from another day or time. Before everything starts, before everyone wakes, it’s Saturday morning, true and clear; without complications, without drama, without heartache. The morning will always give that sense of hope, grace, gratitude. It’s there, you just haveContinue reading “Morning, true and clear”

Review of “Goldfinch” by Donna Tartt

Review: “Goldfinch” by Donna Tartt Posted on March 30, 2019by L.Nolan, Editor “The panic that overtook me then was hard to explain. Those game days broke up with a swiftness, a sense of losing blood almost, that reminded me of watching the apartment in New York being boxed up and carted away: groundlessness and flux, nothingContinue reading “Review of “Goldfinch” by Donna Tartt”

Who is Capable Anymore?

I keep reading how “this generation is muddying up the entire culture by its Zombian characteristics. You know, education has created students without creativity, only good for multiple choices, no innovation, all robotic responses. Have you heard this? Am I overreacting? Perhaps. But I might throw a few examples out to you. While the priorContinue reading “Who is Capable Anymore?”

The Joy of Multi-Sensual Reading, or What does the Mind of an OCD genius look like?

Have you ever found yourself reading three or four books at once? Well, not “at once,” exactly, but taking turns reading some tomorrow, and a little of yet another the afternoon, and yet another in the evening before bed, and…. you catch my meaning. It sometimes concerns me that I am acutely bored easily, andContinue reading “The Joy of Multi-Sensual Reading, or What does the Mind of an OCD genius look like?”