Mistake!

Do you remember the movie, "Jerry Maguire?" Do you remember the part when he wrote the "mission statement" that ended his employ  with the big agency? Do you remember how exactly he realized what he'd done? It wasn't when they fired him, it wasn't when they threw him a party. It was right after he'd …

Today’s “slant” on original meaning of Literature

I am posting an article from another "writer" this week, not only because the topic is interesting (since she too is posting on another writer's work) but because of the slant of the writer who is posting about another writer--try and keep up. Yes, it's true. I too am posting with my own slant, and if …

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 have …

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, nothing …