“The King has ordered your execution for the theft of his cattle,” the Knight announced pointing his sword at the Dragon. The rest of the party followed, readying their weapons, and muttering magical incantations. The Dragon growled at the intruders … Continue reading Gift of the Dragon
In the distant future, a scientist obsessed with the Volcryn, an ancient and mysterious alien race, charters the Nightflyer to embark on a scientific expedition among the stars. Royd Eris, the Nightflyers mysterious and reclusive captain, spies on his passengers … Continue reading Book Review for George R.R. Martin’s, Nightflyers.
After getting hooked on Joe Abercrombie’s Shattered Seas trilogy, I figured it was time to go into the rest of his bibliography and start at the debut novel, The Blade Itself, the first book of the First Law trilogy. Abercrombie’s … Continue reading Book Review for Joe Abercrombie’s, The Blade Itself, the First Book of the First Law Trilogy
If you’ve read the previous two postings, The Four Horsemen of the Mental Health Apocalypse and Darkly Dwelling Gravy, you’ve gotten the gist of it. Shit hasn’t been good. A combination of depression, anxiety, and unemployment prevented me from enjoying life. As … Continue reading Let The Guilt Go
As stated at great length in my previous post, life hasn’t been so good for the past six months. Though things are turning around for the better now, there are still the lingering effects. Anxiety still creeps in on a … Continue reading Darkly Dwelling Gravy
In January, I was blindsided by the loss of the job I’d held since July 2011. One moment, I had a guaranteed paycheck, job security (haha, the joke was on me!), and the knowledge I could provide for my family. … Continue reading The Four Horsemen of the Mental Health Apocalypse
Kristin Wong takes the complication out of personal finance and breaks it down into understandable and easily digestible bits. “Get Money” is aimed at a younger audience, most likely between the ages of 18 to 30 years old, but if … Continue reading Book Review for Kristin Wong’s, Get Money: Live the Life You Want, Not Just the Life You Can Afford