This coming Monday night at 7 p.m. I will be presenting to the Writers of The Woodlands on the subject of Research & Information Gathering. For writers, researchers, college and high school students, this presentation will be a huge help.
Whether we like it or not, we debate with each other all the time over the most important things, like religion, politics, and human rights, and the things that aren’t that important, like food, sports, and fashion.
I recently wrote a post regarding a negative experience I had on social media. This experience concerned a post about the Constitution and its governing power. It turned into a bit of a problem when too many voices wanted to add their thoughts.
From the 2016 election to the countless celebrity deaths to the wars in Syria to the terrorism around the world to Brexit to “Stranger Things” to the Olympics and Final Five and so much more, I don’t think "interesting" would correctly classify this year: more like polarizing.
Yesterday (Nov. 17), I spoke at the North Harris campus of Lone Star College on the subject of Korea. I spoke for approximately an hour, covering about 3,000 years of this country’s rich, and rather, of recent, devastating history.