August 2015

Consider Death

Consider Death by Matt Booth You’ve heard over and over again that, life is short, time is limited and you should live like today is your last. Logically— death is a fact of life. Most people tend to avoid thinking about their own death. For healthy young people, death seems so remote. The concept of […]

Another Slaughter

Another Slaughter By Bob Gelms I’m not being very objective but I will be honest about Karin Slaughter’s new novel, Pretty Girls. It’s a major work from a major writer currently working in the thriller/cop genre. If I can use a three dollar word, it was mesmeric. She makes James Patterson look like a hack. […]

Bryce’s Inkubator – Issue #246

Bryce’s Inkubator – Issue #246 Notes from the 365ink Publisher I sit down tying to think of something funny to write about, but all that comes to mind are things that grind my gears. So, I’ll just moan about the inequities of life for a while and see how many can stay awake through it […]

Bryce’s Inkubator – Issue #246

Bryce’s Inkubator – Issue #246 Notes from the Publisher of 365ink Magazine I sit down tying to think of something funny to write about but all that comes to mind are things that grind my gears. So I’ll just moan about the inequities of life for a while and see how many can stay awake […]

Bryce’s Inkubator – Issue #245

Bryce’s Inkubator – Issue #245 Notes from the 365ink Publisher I decided that the last Rush concert of what is likely the last tour was a great excuse to whisk myself away to Los Angeles for a week. Yes, I took Christy with me. When I planned the trip, I had neither a sprained ankle […]

Life is Improv

Life is Improv by Matt Booth The practice of improvisation in not limited to the cast of Saturday Night Live and can be used as a life strategy. While improv classes are aimed at helping you perform on stage, seeing life as improv will help you succeed in the greatest performance ever…playing yourself in your […]

Life in the Playground

Life in the Playground by Pam Kress-Dunn When my husband and I went house shopping years ago, each of us had a mental checklist. Bob wanted a spot on the main floor for his weighty electronic keyboard. He was tired of lugging it up and down stairs for every music gig. I longed for a […]

Can You Count to Five?

Can You Count to Five? By Bob Gelms The Fifth Gospel by Ian Caldwell is a veritable bushel basket full of intriguing, riveting, can’t-stop-thinking-about-them ideas. I hardly know where to begin so let’s begin at the end where I tell you what I think about the book. Buy this book now and read it as […]

It’s Not All It’s Cracked Up to Be!

It’s Not All It’s Cracked Up to Be! by Bill Kuttler, DDS “You crack me up” is an old saying meant as a term of appreciation for someone else’s sense of humor or ability to tell a good and funny story.  It’s a positive statement.  But when it is applied to teeth, it isn’t funny […]