I don't know if I am an Anarchist, Minarchist or just some incoherent strain of libertarian. I know I am favor of extreme free speech and self-autonomy. Those freedoms are rooted in Property Rights
Yesterday morning my wife asked me who my childhood hero was. One name came to mind above all the others: Spider-Man.
Life got in the way and I strayed from my goal of writing consistently. I wanted to do the “Bradbury Challenge” every week until the end of December. It isn't over, it's evolving.
There is a mention of certain peoples utilizing different armaments in battle. That made me think about Fantasy races. Are Fictitious Races Rooted in the Bible? + Audioblog
Last night, as I lay down to go to sleep, my wife asked me what I was thinking about turning 31. I told her what I said when I turned 30. It's something I've said a few times throughout this year.
Get ready for some candor and a bit of a ramble as I work up to saying I blew it with Sonnet 3 Decyphered. I need to find that balance and do better.
So I have been actively back to the blog for one week and I have some thoughts on this new experience.
Audioblog version of Sonnet 2 Decyphered My second breakdown and analysis of Shakespeare's Sonnets. This week I #amwriting about owning my biases and grounding the Bard because that's where the words took me.
Continuing the Bradbury Challenge. I will read poetry, short stories and technical articles in order to contemplate why they work. In this post, I will be working with Shakespeare's Sonnet 2.
In an attempt to learn how to write better, I have given myself the Bradbury Challenge. I will read poetry, short stories and technical articles in order to contemplate why they work. In this post, I will be working with Shakespeare's Sonnet 1.