A bit about what’s going on in my life.
It’s been almost three months since I’ve put fingers to the keyboard on this blog. In that time I’ve been to Yosemite, taken the LSAT, taught SAT summer school sessions, (re)discovered drawing, written a couple of short stories, read more than 40 graphic novels, started work on my own comic, busted my bar trivia slump,…
After moving to Koreatown, I was surprised to find that some of the scenes of the LA Riots were so close to home.
The importance of legacy to Abraham Lincoln.
Last year I wrote the same book four times. Here’s a lesson that I learned.
Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil brings the reader into the action, the drama, the allure of a society that’s existed long before the book started, and will go on long after the book is over.
In the course of walking my dog in morning, I often go from passing by homeless people begging on trash-filled streets near the subway, to passing in front of multi-million dollar homes within a few minutes.