My Lackadaisical Updating

So yes, I am absolutely guilty of not updating as regularly as I have been, and I have no real excuse other than I’ve been traveling in Europe and haven’t come across any “fantasy-esque” or writing-related things to talk about. Still, it’s a good excuse! In the last couple days, I’ve been to Amsterdam, Rotterdam, […]

Café Odeon Zurich

Had a drink at one of the most legendary cafés in Zurich. Circa 1911, the Odeon has been patronized by such figures as Einstein, Lenin, Mata Hari, Mussolini, Puccini, and James Joyce, along with countless other famous artists, poets, musicians, and writers. A Bohemian landmark, the Café Odeon is located on the open Limmatquai plaza […]

Book Review: Uglies by Scott Westerfeld

Finally had a chance to read Uglies by Scott Westerfeld after my thirteen year old neighbor recommended it to me several months ago. It was a quick read, a few hours at the most. Overall I enjoyed it, especially the bits about the hoverboard since I am an avid surfer. That was definitely cool. The […]

James Patterson is a machine

So I am flying to Switzerland and open up the Delta Sky magazine, and what do I see? You got it (or at least you should have from the title of this post). Yes, yet another article on the unstoppable James Patterson. I wrote a post about him a while back after I read MAX […]

Heading to the land of…

swiss cheese, swiss chocolates, swatches, swiss knives and of course Roger Federer…so if I slack off a couple days, be patient with me. A European trip of any kind requires meticulous planning, not to mention complete pre-immersion in said trip. Luckily, I speak French so I won’t be completely lost in the land with four […]

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