Tag Archives: fanboy

Into The Kingdom

I really ought to return to Vox more often.  Kingdom of Fear : Loathsome Secrets of a Star-Crossed Child in the Final Days of the American Centur I've been finished and out of Fanboy for weeks now.  And how was it?  Well, I'll be honest about a couple of things.  For one, I thought the […]

On Cheating, Reading and Bad Timing

The Astonishing Adventures of Fanboy and Gothgirl continues.  And I'm realizing that the author is cheating.  Actually, that's unfair, but the word seems still apt.  One of the greatest barriers to progressing further with my attempted NaNoWriMo from last November, the one based loosely on my own high school life, was the troublesome use of […]

It Is Finished

Ominous. It is oddly fitting that I turned the last page of Lamb just yesterday morning.  A story about the life of Jesus, told from the point of view of his childhood best friend, finished just after breakfast on Easter morning.  And yet, knowing the ending that was inevitable, the resolution seemed incredibly abrupt.  I […]