Tag: writing

  • Hurricanes and Blogger Burnout

    Dear Alexander, The eye of your hurricane may be quiet, but mine is not. Mine is making my head spin. I’m trying to write my way out though. My writing is the only thing I’m sure of. Your obedient servant, MG I wish I knew how Hamilton did it. All his writing. He wrote 51 […]

  • Lacking Consistency

    I thought I’d come back from my blogging break, but it seems that I haven’t. I’m sorry about that. However, I just started a creative writing class on Wednesday, so I should be able to post some of those things here. I think part of it is that I haven’t felt like I have anything […]

  • Writing about everything

    is basically impossible. And don’t “Everything is possible, even the impossible.” me. Newsflash, Mary Poppins isn’t always right. Unfortunately. Anyway, last night, my mother said something to the effect of “You should write about everything.” Don’t get me wrong, I know where she’s coming from. I’d definitely have a lot more content. However, I wouldn’t […]

  • The Significance of Serenity

    Serenity is a 2019 psychological thriller starring Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway. At first glance, the movie is exactly as advertised: Karen Zakarias (Anne Hathaway) tries to solicit her ex-husband, Baker Dill (Matthew McConaughey) to kill her current husband so she and her son can get away from his abuse. Like any thriller, things get […]

  • No direct route

    American Idol season 2 on ABC started recently, and it got me thinking. If someone wants to be a singer, they can try out for American Idol. If someone wants to be an actor, they can start out in local productions and eventually get an agent or something. How come there’s no structure like this […]