The Crutch of the Matter

Since I've started working on my series of short stories, writing has become much easier for me. Not necessarily blog entries, since that's a whole other process, but I've now written four or five stories (I lost count), all of which take place in that same world. While I'm digging the ease of writing, but I'm getting … Continue reading The Crutch of the Matter

Recipe: Lil’ Griddlin’s

I haven't talked about it much, but I do a fair amount of cooking. I've long ago conquered the egg and ramen is no longer beyond me. After all this experience, I've decided to share with you, my lucky readers, a recipe I made up just yesterday. I call it Lil Griddlin's, because cutesy names … Continue reading Recipe: Lil’ Griddlin’s

Book Review: The Long Fall by Walter Mosley

Walter Mosley has been one of my favorite writers for a while now. I've only read one of his science-fiction novels (The Wave, good read),  but I've read a goodly portion of his mysteries. His stories are always uniquely his, even the ones that take place in a cliche-raddled genre like Detective Fiction.And this is especially … Continue reading Book Review: The Long Fall by Walter Mosley

Beer Review: Dogfish Head Indian Brown Ale

As I mentioned in my last review, I really like Guinness and other dark, bitter beers. So I grabbed Dogfish Head's Indian Brown Ale. Unfortunately, I made a mistake. I drank it on the warmer side of cool. While any warm beer is pretty unpleasant, this was like coating my tongue in a beery syrup. But that's … Continue reading Beer Review: Dogfish Head Indian Brown Ale

Beer Review: Leffe Blonde

So we're going to try this beer reviewing thing again, this time without the drunken antics. Unfortunately for you, I don't know much about the vocabulary necessary to describe the flavors and tastes of beer. So this means a lot of winging it and confusing, muddled adjectives. I hope you're excited, cause I'm excited. Leffe-Blonde … Continue reading Beer Review: Leffe Blonde