Watching a good Ghibli movie is like getting hit by a train. Watching The Wind Rises is like falling into a sad and very beautiful dream. The Wind Rises is a semi-autobiographical movie about Jiro Hiroshiki, an engineer who made airplanes--specifically, the airplanes used to bomb Pearl Harbor and begin Japan's chapter in World War Two. The most… Continue reading The Wind Rises: Dreams
New phones are great things. However, they come with a whole host of distractions...camera! Google! Youtube! Chief of all: social media. As an infamous procrastinator myself, I find that social media pulls my already limited concentration into a million different pieces. What should we do, then? Forswear all of it forever? With all things in… Continue reading Save Our Sanity: Freeing Yourself from Phone Addictions
Your fingers hover over the keyboard. You know what you should do, but you can’t bring yourself to do it. Ah, yes: Editing. The dreaded word. Don’t feel bad: it’s true for every author. No one’s thoughts and ideas appear on paper the exact way we imagine. Especially in environments (your ENG II… Continue reading E-D-I-T-I-N-G
Hello, wanderers! Just a quick announcement that I will attempt to consistently post a new article, every Wednesday. Themes can range from writing to poetry to theological/Bible findings... If any of you have suggestions, let me know. Otherwise, look for an article next Wednesday! 🙂 Sorry for being so irregular with the posting. Sincerely, PS-Thanks so… Continue reading New Theme: Wednesday Posts
Hello, all my faithful wanderers! Have you been wandering successfully? Sorry I've been gone for so long. I'm going to try to keep up more regular posting in the future. That said, for our grand kickoff article, we have my friend, author Rebekah DeVall, and her sister ah, character, Lunetta, here. Lunetta is the star of the… Continue reading Iron Core Interview!