Welcome to the 3,000-word analysis of achonological storytelling in Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk that was neither requested nor required. Continue reading Achronological storytelling case study: Dunkirk.
Making a distinction between “literary” and “non-literary” fiction reeks of snobbery by endowing the former with a desirable quality and then defining everything else by the absence of that quality. Continue reading How do you categorize fiction reading?
I enjoy a good mystery, but I also enjoy analyzing the plot structure behind how to tell a good mystery. Continue reading POV in Mystery Fiction
I wrote 13,381 words in January. And as exhausting as that feels, it’s also incredibly exhilarating. Continue reading January word count.
Reading goals are too restrictive. So instead, I’ve given myself a 2020 reading CHALLENGE. Those are different, right? Continue reading Reading challenge, 2020.
I discovered a short time ago that some people are unable to create mental pictures using their “mind’s eye.” Coming to terms with this tested the limits of my own imagination. Continue reading Phantasia and the lack thereof.
I went on a fiction bringe over Thanksgiving break, and emerged in a fog. I was hungover on literature. Continue reading The Book Hangover