This post linked from Mad Genius Club is a few years old, but for an SEO noob like myself, it’s a good way to start. I have my doubts about ever mastering it, but I won’t get any better just sitting here. For Example, War To The Knife (Laredo War Trilogy Book 1)‘s main categories are: … More Picking Keywords
“Start ridiculously small. Create vision for something as simple as getting out of bed. See it with complete, brilliant clarity. Then execute. Memorize the feeling of success. Repeat ceaselessly.” -from “The Nine Laws” by Ivan Throne
I’ve been told by my Unnamed Journal collaborator Mike that Goldfish pairs well with scotch. He may have specified cheap scotch. This has led to pairing Cheez-it’s with Dewars and Goldfish with Wild Turkey. Both are satisfying. And that’s how the line up for the next issue of UJ was set.
adudewritingpoetry.tumblr.com/post/174708230692/this-is-probably-the-first-celebrity-death-that It also puts me in mind of my response to Phillip Seymour Hoffman’s death.
Jury Duty today. I’m expecting full Kafkaesque tedium. I won’t be blogging, but I will be taking my notebook, so perhaps something constructive will come of it.
I read this when in high school and it made a very small effect on me. I liked it, but it’s slog through the awareness of a Union private undergoing his first battle seemed very small-potatoes to me, a snail-eyed view of an epoch-defining conflict. The Red Badge of Courage seemed to reduce the entire Civil … More The Sword Inspiration Pieces: The Red Badge of Courage
The mighty always fall. There’s a moment, early in the recent Rolling Stones Documentary Crossfire Hurricane, where Mick Jagger discusses the level of truth to the band’s bad-boy image, as marketed by manager/impresario Andrew Loog Oldham: “When you cast actors for a part, you look to find actors suitable for the part. We were actors … More The Darkness of Kevin Spacey: Swimming With Sharks and How Hollywood Breeds Monsters