Pondering Poetry With Rachel Oates

I was prowling around my usual YouTube Paths when I stumbled upon Rachel Oates. The video was about Gabbie Hanna’s new poetry book called Adultolescence. When I clicked it, I expected the usual YouTube drama with uneducated people slinging insults and lackluster content in the name of making a few cents off of ad revenue. … Continue reading Pondering Poetry With Rachel Oates

Book Review: The Turn of the Screw

It is claimed by some to be the very first horror novel ever penned. Set in Victorian England, The Turn of the Screw by Henry James is the perfect embodiment of the traditional haunted house story. Plot The story follows a governess charged with the care of two children left alone in Bly, the old … Continue reading Book Review: The Turn of the Screw

The One Question Every Writer Must Ask Themselves

What question does every author want their reader to ask when they close their book? It invokes the fundamental nature of the storyteller. This question has existed since man could first articulate with a spoken language, and maybe even a little longer. This question is the most important question a reader can ask, and every … Continue reading The One Question Every Writer Must Ask Themselves