Month: April 2020

The Secret Recipe to Great Blog Posts

WARNING: If you have no palate for satire, read no further. What you are about to read is a collection of the four unspoken, yet ubiquitous, components that are essential for writing unrivaled, mind-blowing blog posts. As someone who has been blogging for a… Continue Reading “The Secret Recipe to Great Blog Posts”

When We are History

Today I was caught in a hailstorm. Well, not by the time you read this—the storm happened on April 7. And obviously I survived it. In fact, within two minutes of making it in through the back door, I looked out the window and… Continue Reading “When We are History”

The Reluctant Screen-Writer

Whether we like it or not, most of us today are screen-writers. Not that we all compose scripts, no, not that kind of writing. What I’m talking about is the fact that, regardless of what medium we are writing for, we have been compelled… Continue Reading “The Reluctant Screen-Writer”

A Curious Perspective on Coronavirus

“What is going to happen?” “How will this virus affect the economy?” “How many people will die?” These are the questions we are deluged by on every side during this pandemic. Countless mavens and prophets are spouting off their opinions and predictions via every… Continue Reading “A Curious Perspective on Coronavirus”