Book Review: The War of the World by H.G. Wells

This is the third book I've read by H.G. Wells, following The Island of Doctor Moreau and The Invisible Man. His writing is this strange mixture of Ray Bradbury, C.S. Lewis, and Jules Verne. I feel like this book is perhaps his most famous and yet for some reason I knew pretty much nothing about … Continue reading Book Review: The War of the World by H.G. Wells

The Classes I’m Taking in College: Spring, 2020

Just like last semester, I thought I would share with you the classes I'm taking spring semester in college. Even though I am a history major, they don't offer one class next semester I need to take before I can take any other history course. This seriously sucks, and means I'm taking mostly science/math courses … Continue reading The Classes I’m Taking in College: Spring, 2020

Book Review: The Martian Chronicles by Ray Bradbury

Ever since I read Something Wicked This Way Comes in October of last year, I've been wanting to read more books by Ray Bradbury. He is such a unique and sensual writer (sensual meaning describing the senses of a scene in ways I rarely see). And I finally managed to read this book. Now I … Continue reading Book Review: The Martian Chronicles by Ray Bradbury

Some Things I Didn’t Know About Writer’s Block

Writer’s Block. It’s something most writers suffer from. Though I’ve never gone through extended periods of inactivity, I have moved to different stories because I cannot figure out where one novel should go or how to rewrite it. There are tons of different blogs and videos on how to overcome this problem and everyone has … Continue reading Some Things I Didn’t Know About Writer’s Block