Always amazing how much you can learn and feel from poetry. A few words on a page used the right way can teach and express so much.
Took me awhile to finish this one, but I do really enjoy Dickey‘s poetry.
This was ok. Outdated in some ways and a lot of it you can learn from various YouTube videos that show you how the shots are done in actual films. Also, too much talk of storyboards.
I finally finished this one. Some of the scenes in the book upset me; but, they are clearly of the time. A good look at making sure your ship is custom for your adventure and being fully prepared.
This morning (soundtrack provided by Ellis Marsalis).
I was getting some stuff organized. Notebooks from 2009 to 2020.
A thoroughly depressing book. Great read. Highly recommend for people interested in journalism. Good to know no matter how big the paper or story, reporters always have to fight to get the good stories published.
“There are eight rules of being a good reporter, Jake.”
I thought this was ok. The big twist was easy to spot, especially halfway through the book when one of the main characters goes on an extended story about a similar incident. Also, there is a shift through the book in one of the main characters that I didn‘t like. I don‘t think everything to be neat and tidy, but I don‘t like figuring out stuff before the main characters because they are dense.
Not the normal book I would read, but I enjoyed it. One of those history books that shows you we have always been awful and there was no golden age.
Current stack of books I am actively reading and the notebooks I am actively writing in.