Last Thursday I ventured through Special Collections at the CSUF Library, and I discovered a volume with a story written by Anna Katharine Green. Green was one of the first women writers of detective fiction, in a long running history of a male canon, she managed to obtain the adoration of writers such as Wilkie
My latest graphic design job has been for an app company and their promotional material, along with the redesign of Unique Parts. The 2013 version of Unique includes a great clean and minimalistic theme. I have customized it and redesigned the theme to be a commercial site where they can showcase their products. I’m very
There is nothing like a beautiful lake to inspire a reader or writer to their art. Nature cures the soul afflicted by monotony. The picture above is of the hot springs I visited at Travertine. The hot springs was just fifteen minutes down a dirt path off the road in Bodie. Lovely nature walk and
Denver, Colorado looked like a swamp of smog when I flew one week ago. I’d planned the trip over a month in advance, to join my dad and uncle in Denver and explore the place they used to live and spoke of as their fondest memories.
I started reading The Swerve by Stephen Greenblatt last week and finished it within four days. It gave a fresh new perspective on how academic writers can still maintain a level of creativity in their work without succumbing to the nebulous of constrictions to field of presenting research. The novel uses a narrative that is