NaNoWriMo: My Short Story “Three Years” Part II

National Novel Writing Month starts this weekend. Here’s a taste of what I will be writing. Here is Part II from the first story I ever wrote, from Senior year in high school, which will be the basis… Read More

NaNoWriMo: My Short Story “Three Years” Part I

National Novel Writing Month starts this weekend. Here’s a taste of what I will be writing. This coming month I’ll be participating in the National Novel Writing Month. If you haven’t heard of it, it’s a project which pushes you… Read More

The Hand of Maradona

Maradona was an idol, now he is a monster. Growing up there were few people I idolized: Paul McCartney, Michelangelo — the Ninja Turtle, not the artist — and none other than the greatest football player in history,… Read More

A State of Astonishment

“A writer lives, at least, in a state of astonishment. Beneath any feeling he has of the good or evil of the world lies a deeper one of wonder at it all. To transmit that feeling, he writes.”… Read More

Lutería de Tucumán

Lutería de Tucumán – taken at the MUNT, in San Miguel de Tucumán, Argentina

Random Blog Post #4 – Frequently Visited Websites

What five websites do you visit often, and why? You check your email, put on a great album, then open up your web browser. You check your Facebook feed, type “happy bday” to some forgotten friends, see what is happening on… Read More

Ibrahimovic Loves Ronaldo

Why admiring the best is a good thing and why falling in love with the greats puts you in the right path to become a great. I think this so interesting; the looking up to a hero, admiring the best in the… Read More

10 Free comiXology Comics: Check Them Out!

Just here to show you that you can find some great comics outside of the Marvel and DC world (and yes, maybe some crappy ones as well). These quick reviews will give you an idea of what comics… Read More

Secret of Popular Writing…

“The secret of popular writing is never to put more on a given page than the common reader can lap off it with no strain whatsoever on his habitually slack attention.” – Ezra Pound

Seco Series

ElefanteSeco – taken at Zoológico de Buenos Aires, in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Random Blog Post #3 – No Time To Read?

The most overused excuse from friends when asked why they don’t read… and honestly, it’s bullshit. Look, I’m not saying spend your days reading Crime and Punishment, because that’s a brick of literature that would take anyone hours upon hours to get through, I just… Read More

To Be Clear…

“To be clear is the first duty of a writer; to charm and to please are graces to be acquired later.” – Brander Matthews

5-Year-Old Cutie With Autism Paints Masterpieces!

I quickly fell in love with this story… I hope you also do. Autism is a neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by impaired social interaction, verbal and non-verbal communication, and by restricted and repetitive behavior. It can often be misunderstood, however,… Read More

The Dead vs The Dying

Comparing Marvel Death Stories: Marvel Zombies vs Deadpool Kills The Marvel Universe In the last week, I delved into two different Marvel comics dealing with total death throughout the Marvel universe. Cheery subject, right? One story seeks it while… Read More


Hai – taken at La Cañadita, in Yerba Buena, Argentina

Argentina vs. Brazil: History, Goals, and Upcoming Match

Rivalries keep us on our toes, through pleasure and pain, rivalries keep our hearts racing and our jerseys sweaty. In my little footballer world, October is filled with rivalry match-ups that have me up all night loosing sleep. It began… Read More

For Yourself…

“Write in recollection and amazement for yourself.” – Jack Kerouac

La Casa de Las 3 Niñas

La Casa de Las 3 Niñas – taken at Loma Bola, in San Javier, Argentina

10 Things We Learned From the Jesuits

I identify myself with the Jesuits, their teachings and their way of life, so when I came across this list compiled by a fellow Georgetown Prep alum, I had to share. The Society of Jesus, a.k.a. Jesuits, work in education, intellectual… Read More

Writer’s Duty

“The writer’s duty is to keep on writing…” – William Styron

Victory Shot

Victory Shot – taken at La Cañadita, in Yerba Buena, Argentina

One Word or None

“I never knew what was meant by choice of words. It was one word or none.” – Robert Frost

Random Blog Post #2 – Useful Tips from Authors

Best-of-the-best in tips from the world’s most famous authors. I generally enjoy reading a few tips and quotes from famous authors during my last minutes of daily homework, they give me something to think about before I start my actual… Read More

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