On Friday I did some long overdue catching up on my Science Traveler posts. Today I’ll catch up Hot White Snow.
Hot White Snow is all about creativity. Here I respond to writing prompts, experiment with new forms of writing, and offer up some memoir items. I also sometimes ruminate on the meaning of life and the writing process.
Memoir (and memoir-ish) posts: Prescience, or the Daring Boy, the Bike, and the Pond; A Sugary Feast; Water, Water, Everywhere; and You Don’t Know Jack. A special subset of memoir, There’s a Fly in My Eye, include two posts about my Dad’s jokes: Profound Child, and The Joke.
In the mood for romance, or mystery (or both)? Check out Hello Silence, My Old Friend.
I also read a lot, so one post was my Reading List Halfway Point – 2016. At that time (end of June) I had read 55 books so far in the year. I’m now up to 84.
Feel free to read any that sound interesting, or click on the Hot White Snow header and scroll down in reverse order. There is also a category listing on the left side of the page if you have a particular genre interest.
David J. Kent is the author of Tesla: The Wizard of Electricity (2013) and Edison: The Inventor of the Modern World (2016) (both Fall River Press). He has also written two e-books: Nikola Tesla: Renewable Energy Ahead of Its Time and Abraham Lincoln and Nikola Tesla: Connected by Fate.