Wrestling History X: My History of Wrestling

Long Introduction I realized I am Don Draper from Mad Men.  Let me explain.  So I just started watching Mad Men in accordance with my intentional or unintentional habit of only watching certain popular shows long after they’re over.  And ad man Don Draper in Season 1 is a guy that is haunted by hisContinue reading “Wrestling History X: My History of Wrestling”

Cleveland: Traitors to King James

This time of year, Christmastime, the whole holiday season, always conjures for me images of snowflakes, Santa, and the reason for the season: I’m of course talking about the King himself, Elvis Presley. Blue Christmas and I’ll Be Home for Christmas always put me in the mood for holly, gifts, and egg nog–the true meaningContinue reading “Cleveland: Traitors to King James”

The Fictospherians’ Ideal Costumes

In honor of the holiday, we asked the various Fictosphere contributors what their ideal costume would be, or has been, or whatever! And no, there’s no pictures of any females in any costumes in this article. We have intentionally misled you in a bid for traffic. Matt “Matsu Her-O” Heywood Hey everybody! Ever since IContinue reading “The Fictospherians’ Ideal Costumes”

Quick Writing Tip: Reading Aloud to Oneself

With November only about a month away (technically thirty-six days away as of today), I’m reminded that many are taking part in that great marathon writing session known as “National Novel Writing Month” or “NaNoWriMo.”  And that’s wonderful.  It really is.  The point of NaNoWriMo is to get people who normally wouldn’t find time toContinue reading “Quick Writing Tip: Reading Aloud to Oneself”

Ghosting; or, How to Communicate and Be an Adult

The third and final Throwback Thursday post for today again comes from the Malus and Mayhem blog, and showcases an instance of me being agitated about the state of the relationship between the genders in the 21st Century–this time, manifested in the form of the concept of “ghosting.” I still think it’s a terrible thingContinue reading “Ghosting; or, How to Communicate and Be an Adult”