It's New Years Day here in Gutenberg Land. Time for serious reflection. Self improvement resolutions. Change. Yeah... Right... If this year is anything like last year: You run till you drop, Road Runner fashion, and then Bugs Bunny drops the anvil on you. After which you crawl out from under, try to make it a … Continue reading Once Upon A Time: Holmes For The Holidays
I admit it. I'm a book junky. I read them in all places, at all times of the day or night. Tea and books were made for each other. They almost make up for all the junk you have to do till you get to that point in your day. And as for books, bathtubs, … Continue reading And Gutenberg Lived Here: Favorite Book or Film?
One of the jokes told here about and by, Germans is that if you have two Germans, you get a club (or a glee club) and 2.that the trains run on time. Now only partially true, after the privatization of the whole train system, often leading to sudden, and non-planned, mass strandage on a track … Continue reading And Gutenberg Lived Here: The Call of The Wild
My greatest fear is that when my antagonist and protagonist meet, one of them will be wearing yellow. (Thanks for the topic prompts to The Writers' Den, Helmslyseditorial.wordpress.com ) And why that, you ask? Oh, mon Dieu, But of course... Monsieur Poirot is, c'est vrai, Belge. With that oft found European teint that can look … Continue reading I Am Curious/Fearfully Yellow
I just was informed that November is national novel-writing month. Which, after the obvious questions of: which nation(s)? Does everyone in that nation have to write? Does the novel have to be started and finished in November? brought me to the more subtle question of: Why November? Is there some magical code that says it … Continue reading Death And The National Novel Writing Month