Living With Energy-Related Disabilities or Why Can’t I Ever Finish Writing That Damn Book?

NOTE: The pur­pose of this text is to describe a sort of invis­ible dis­ab­il­ity that many people might not even be aware of. I am not try­ing to score sym­pathy points, or to give “nor­mal” people a guilty con­science for being healthy. I have enter­tained myself with a bit of math lately. It star­ted one … Con­tin­ue read­ing “Liv­ing With Energy-Related Dis­ab­il­it­ies or Why Can’t I Ever Fin­ish Writ­ing That Damn Book?”

From The Butter Hole or Book Titles I Am Glad I Did Not Have To Translate

Work­ing as a trans­lat­or has its chal­lenges, and one of the most excit­ing, chal­len­ging and frus­trat­ing parts of trans­la­tion is to name things. Take the name Frodo Bag­gins, for example. Should you trans­late it around the word for “bag” in your lan­guage, like Tolki­en wanted? Or should you focus on the sound of the name, … Con­tin­ue read­ing “From The But­ter Hole or Book Titles I Am Glad I Did Not Have To Trans­late”

The Unexpected Aging Epiphany or Catching Up On My Character’s Ages

I have been writ­ing stor­ies all my life, but when I was around twenty, I slowly star­ted tak­ing my own writ­ing ser­i­ously. 2008, ten years ago, I was twenty-two and had a first draft ready of my first nov­el. A few years later I had sev­er­al book pro­jects going. So far, so good. I was … Con­tin­ue read­ing “The Unex­pec­ted Aging Epi­phany or Catch­ing Up On My Character’s Ages”

The Opening Of The Story About The Wannabe Hollywood Mom — Novel In Progress

And I’ve got sequinned tits! The Wan­nabe Hol­ly­wood Mom shouts hap­pily and spreads her arms wide, because she does. The Wan­nabe Hol­ly­wood Mom’s name is really Helle. She’s nev­er been to Den­mark, but her moth­er appar­ently had fam­ily in Aar­hus, and thought that Helle soun­ded nice, or exot­ic, or some­thing like that. The Wan­nabe Hol­ly­wood … Con­tin­ue read­ing “The Open­ing Of The Story About The Wan­nabe Hol­ly­wood Mom — Nov­el In Pro­gress”

The Murakami Syndrome or Why Does Nobody Talk About Haruki’s View Of Sex?

”Finally, she gently licks your swollen penis, as if heal­ing it. You come again, in her mouth. She swal­lows it down, as if every drop is pre­cious.” Kafka on the Shore The pop­ular­ity of the Japan­ese author Haruki Murakami grows year by year. He is a con­stant can­did­ate in Nobel Prize dis­cus­sions, and he is … Con­tin­ue read­ing “The Murakami Syn­drome or Why Does Nobody Talk About Haruki’s View Of Sex?”