A Draft Excerpt From “Little Earthquakes In The Sea”: Time For Goodbye

Content Warning: this piece discusses the death of a child and is based on a true story that took place almost a hundred years ago. For those wishing for a soundtrack while reading, I recommend this. It rained that day in Bonaventure. The men in linen raincoats slicked with wet wax pried her blue andContinue reading “A Draft Excerpt From “Little Earthquakes In The Sea”: Time For Goodbye”

Do You Know This Woman?

The Mystery Of Hattie Reams Vande Riet – Part 1 What we know “Hattie” Reams Vande Riet sat still in an ornate wicker chair at New York Art Gallery at 305 E. Broad St. in Richmond VA approximately one hundred years ago. This posed cabinet card captured her green, light hazel, or dark blue eyesContinue reading “Do You Know This Woman?”

Twitter Is A Strange Tool For Geospatial Analysis Of Emotion

The Sentiment Tool Previously, when I discussed onemilliontweetmap.com I left off a feature from my discussion. Today, I’m going to show you why. Time for The Sentiment Tool. To get an idea of how people feel about a certain keyword or hashtag you can look at how it is being used in association to theContinue reading “Twitter Is A Strange Tool For Geospatial Analysis Of Emotion”

Things In Writing I Pay Attention To That Other People Might Not Care About

Yes A Does Really Have To Get To B Eventually Cause And Effect Every action has an equal and opposite reaction. Unresolved situations are frustrating. Example: If a character experiences trauma, they will be traumatized and then display signs of trauma as a result of the event. To not experience trauma in response to aContinue reading “Things In Writing I Pay Attention To That Other People Might Not Care About”