~ Daybook #11 ~ The picture above doesn't do it justice (not wide enough) but it is an image of the graphic novels section at one of my local public libraries. You know you have an incurable book fetish when you find yourself unexpectedly rummaging the shelves at the dollar store looking for unlikely gems. #AlwaysBeReading folks.
~ Daybook #10 ~ The wife and I had a rare night out sans children last night and what we had to show for it was a nice Mexican dinner (with dessert -- fried ice cream) at a place we'd never been to before, and the other thing we had to show for our evening … Continue reading A Perfect Date
According to the weather app on my phone yesterday, we are in for a long stretch of virtually sunless cloudy-covered days here. A stunning monochromatic overcast threatens to oppress all that exist below it. Such is Winter in the U.S. Midwest, which I suspect perhaps mimics that of the United Kingdom, the way you hear them … Continue reading Daybook 9 | Sunless
~ This is a #daybook entry on #ruckology in which Brandon L. Rucker chronicles yet another random day event ~ So yesterday while driving in my car, my 2016 Honda Civic EX Sedan with the lovely wife at my side and we're listening to the music streaming from my iPod via the Bluetooth feature. As … Continue reading Daybook 8 | Giving Her Whiplash
~ This is a #daybook entry on #ruckology In which Brandon L. Rucker chronicles a random event from his day ~ So today I am again writing at the local public library in my small city, a place of refuge and solitude. You may be wondering: “Well, if you’re a writer, don’t you have a study or … Continue reading Daybook 7 | Writing Space
I became a serious musician (in 1989) a few years before I became a novice writer (in 1993) and a serious writer (in 1997) – at age 15, 19 and 23, respectively. When you’re in a band you learn quickly the power of collaboration with other creative souls. Music is one of the most communal … Continue reading Daybook 6 | The Power of Collaboration
So sometime last week I had been lamenting the fact that while working at the day job I had burned myself out on listening to music and podcasts on my iPod and needed a third option, at the very least. That’s when the little light bulb went off in my head and alerted me that … Continue reading Daybook 5 | The Sound of Fiction