Writer's block is a thing. I've been I know this because I've been suffering from it for a couple of years now. If I can force myself to write, I sit down in front of my laptop, and... nothing. Absolutely nothing. Or worse, it's a lot of words of nothing. I try not to think … Continue reading How to Plot: What I’ve Learned So Far
Author: Liz Charnes
Kevin! It’s an AMAZING offer
Like pretty much everyone, I have had a rough 2020. 2021 isn't proving to be much easier, but it's still early. Things could get better. Anyhoo, these days, I have to take my amusement where I can get it, and where I can find it right now is in the spam texts I have been … Continue reading Kevin! It’s an AMAZING offer
The Lost I-Land: A Review
Do algorithms troll? Is the I-Land supposed to be a remake of Lost? Why does Kate from Blue Crush wear a buttoned up shirt on a beach? So many questions.
A Creepy Feeling
Three Line Tales - A short story told in three sentences.
A post about literacy requirements in a pre-Voting Rights Act world.
The Best Rejected Manuscripts of 2018
Rejected manuscripts need love, too!
The Symbol of Justice is a Woman
Meet Judge Elreta Alexander, the first African American judge elected to the bench in North Carolina.
Umbra Regem and the Librarian
Collection development tips for handling haunted donated books.
Indian Country: A Review
Over the holidays, I traveled back home to my area of the woods in southern Indiana. Because I'm a librarian, my relatives will corner me with book recommendations. It's a bonding thing. 99% of the time I've read, or at least heard of, the books they're talking about. This time was a little different. One … Continue reading Indian Country: A Review