Lo Is Domestic AF: Homemade Sauerkraut FAIL

This year we joined a CSA to support the local economy and are likely to continue doing so moving forward. We received cabbage in one of our weekly shares, so we decided to use Joshua Weissman’s recipe for sauerkraut. His recipe is not to blame. I take all the blame on this one. Jacob saysContinue reading “Lo Is Domestic AF: Homemade Sauerkraut FAIL”

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”

Announcement 20 March, 2020: Rating Scale

Initially, I *did not* want to give ratings. I wanted to write reviews and post them only here and Twitter. But life is not that way. In order to come up with some way of objectifying my scale I meditated and thought through this process methodically because I refuse to be subjective 100%. I triedContinue reading “Announcement 20 March, 2020: Rating Scale”

My First Bad Public Review: “The Princess Beard” by Delilah S. Dawson and Kevin Hearne

Note: I did this review as contrast. This all started because I was pissed that someone dared to make a comparison of these authors to the great Sir Terry Pratchett on the back of the book. They didn’t even come close. What I learned is that what makes a best selling book is not theContinue reading “My First Bad Public Review: “The Princess Beard” by Delilah S. Dawson and Kevin Hearne”