A Man Without A Country – A Review

Kurt Vonnegut chats with us about life, art, politics, and more. I think it’s safe to say that anyone that has ever read Kurt Vonnegut has hoped to one day be able to sit down and chat with him, about everything from life and sex, to technology and politics. Well, with the 2005 collection of essays,Continue reading “A Man Without A Country – A Review”

Random Blog Post #6 – Writing Tips from the Masters

We can always learn from the masters, today we have tips from Kurt Vonnegut. The American writer, Kurt Vonnegut blends satire, humor, and science fiction in a way that will leave you questioning what genre you just read. Classics by Vonnegut include Cat’s Cradle, Slaughterhouse-Five, and one of my all-time favorites, The Sirens of Titan. And aside fromContinue reading “Random Blog Post #6 – Writing Tips from the Masters”

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 writing for the day. Whether it be through some random StumbleUpon search or my go-to list of favoriteContinue reading “Random Blog Post #2 – Useful Tips from Authors”

Random Blog Post #1 – Ten Book Challenge

Rules for the Ten Book Challenge: In your blog, list ten books that have stayed with you in some way. They don’t have to be the “right” books, or great works of literature, just ones that have stayed with you. Here are mine: The Little Prince, by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry – This is the first bookContinue reading “Random Blog Post #1 – Ten Book Challenge”