Category: life

My Work in Progress

I do have work in progress. I feel like I have a lot. Today, I edited seven short stories down to some reasonable length. They are about: a couple that has lost three babies the corpse flower that blooms every twelve years a poor kid who decides to stream the revolution a brand new creation […]

Promise (Ending)

Promise Pt. I Promise Pt. II Promise Pt. III             The quarry is full of kids. The bush party is loud with music.              A girl sits at the edge of the water and looks at the waves in the darkness. The water vibrates with the music. She has a beer in hand, and hates it. But […]

The Best Scenes in Movie History Pt. III

The last segment in my compilation of the best scenes in movie history. This set of five movies is highly eclectic, totally inconsistent, and in some cases, not that well known. But the scenes noted are highly emotional and very impactful. If you haven’t seen these movies, well worth a watch. Magnolia – and then […]

The Best Scenes in Movie History Pt. II

The greatest movie scenes in movie history is a subjective topic. If you’re defining greatness by what and how much a scene makes you feel, you’ve come to the right place. In the last batch, I mingled in an episode of a TV show (guess which one?) with three movies. This time, let’s stay with […]

The Best Scenes in Movie History

The Best Scenes in Movie History It’s purely subjective, defining the best scenes in movie history. Not every movie is great. Not every movie is famous. But if you search hard enough, you can find a glow of emotion in cinema – sadness, exuberance, whatever – that takes you to a different level. These are […]

Should You Give Your Writing Away for Free?

Give Your Writing Away for Free I give away my writing for free. I’ve been writing on this blog for years. I post several things, but not nearly everything I write. I’ve written three novels in the last six years, they’re not posted. Some of my longer short stories will never be posted, even though […]

Canada Versus the United States: Socialism Versus Capitalism

Canada is a socialist country We’re not perfect. We aren’t. There’s lots to complain about up here. Many things we’ve done wrong and continue to do wrong (just look at how we treat our Aboriginal population). But we get a lot of things right. Here’s a comparison between some outcomes in Canada versus the United […]

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