Was the 1930s the last great period of adventure fiction in the modern era? There’s Indiana Jones, Tales of the Golden Monkey, Robert E.
L. Sprague de Camp’s The Tritonian Ring is bronze-age sword-and-sorcery. In its pages he fits in lost continents, suggests origins for certain myths: medusa, gorgons,
I have relatives in from out of town. Had, rather, as I dropped them off at Hobby Airport prior to finishing this post. What with
It has been some years since I’ve played a game of Dungeons and Dragons. The Wuhan Whammy is probably the primary culprit. For some reason,
I was watching (yet again) the John Wayne western El Dorado. It looks amazing on the 75-inch 4K screen. In fact so amazing that I
I can’t truly call it a vacation. I worked the day job faithfully and made daily progress on the current novel. But MBW, the HA,
Time for writing a post is limited today. MBW, the HA, and I are en route to Mexico. My ambitious goal is to sit in