NaNoWrimo 2018: How I Survived

Somehow, I did it.  Wow, it's been a while. In later weeks of October, I was challenged by a fellow writer of mine to participate in NaNoWrimo. For the uninformed, the challenge is to write 50,000 words within the month of November. When divided into 30 days, participants need to do 1,667 words a day …

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The Last Question by Isaac Asimov: A Re-review!

Technically I have reviewed The Last Question by Isaac Asimov before, but after rereading it again last week, I feel like I’m reading it with brand new eyes. And when I look at the story, it makes me realise that there are a variety of different worlds and stories out there willing to be told. …

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Dragon Rider by Cornelia Funke: A Magical, Fun, Fantastic Read!

Recently I’ve had the long and arduous task of rearranging my room, and while it’s not fun, I had the pleasure of finding some older and enjoyable books to read. That’s when I stumbled upon Cornelia Funke’s Dragonrider – one of the first ‘big’ books I had read as a child. Dragonrider follows the adventures …

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