Chapin City Blues

Writing is writing whether done for duty, profit, or fun.

I tried reading Chuck Wendig’s Aftermath after it was added to the library’s collection some years ago. It didn’t work out too well. It was an awkward time in my life. The few books I read before Disney rebooted the Expanded Universe (now known as the Legends series) were still fresh in my mind. I …

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When Carrie Fisher passed away at the tail end of 2016, there was a great loss in Hollywood and mental illness awareness. Like many Star Wars fanboys and fangirls, I struggled with the loss of a princess, a general. Of a freedom fighting rebel. With the second installment of the sequel trilogy on its way …

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Or how I feel guilty for not loving Rogue One There are so many things great about Rogue One: a great female lead, a diverse cast, a subliminal hint of queerness. And it paid the perfect homage to the original. And while it irked me at times, seeing a CGI’d Peter Cushing reprising his role …

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