2014 reads

A Quality of Light – A Great Read

August 15, 2014

A Quality of Light by Richard Wagamese I really enjoyed this book. It tells the story of a First Nations boy, Joshua, who was adopted by a white family. He lives on a farm, completely isolated from his cultural roots. When his friend, Johnny, starts [Keep Reading]

Jericho – Season 3

August 11, 2014

Jericho: Season 3 – Civil War Jericho kept me on the edge of my seat for two seasons. I don’t know how they did it but they managed to continually ramp up the tension every single episode. The writing was brilliant and it was superbly [Keep Reading]

Transmedia Storytelling

August 8, 2014

Transmedia 2.0 – How to Create an Entertainment Brand using a Transmedial Approach to Storytelling by Nuno Bernardo I am interested in seeing just where all of this new media will take us in the future. Right now, it seems like a lot of it is [Keep Reading]

Six Pixels of Separation: Everyone is Connected

July 30, 2014

Six Pixels of Separation: Everyone is Connected. Connect Your Business to Everyone by Mitch Joel In this day and age we are all connected via the power of modern communication devices. Everyone I know has access to the Internet, whether at home, on [Keep Reading]

The Tenth Doctor Lives On

July 23, 2014

Doctor Who – Tesseract I love the fact that the Tenth Doctor lives on in graphic novels. I was fortunate enough to find this book in a discount bin. I didn’t matter that I hadn’t read Volume One, this book was still a great read. [Keep Reading]

The Fault in Our Stars

June 19, 2014

The Fault in Our Stars by John Green I’ve wanted to read this book for quite a long time. I’d heard about the author from a few of my blogging buddies who simple rave about his work. Yet, I’d never gotten around to reading anything from him [Keep Reading]

The Wild Mystique of The Writing Process

June 6, 2014

Writing Wild: Forming a Creative Partnership with Nature by Tina Welling This is one of my favourite quotes from this book . . . “Few of us have role models in our lives for writing, so naturally, few of us are completely convinced that we should [Keep Reading]
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