With several tasks going on at once, I feel the need to pause today from my usual Saturday blog post. No worries though, for I shall aim to have one up next week. In the mean time, here is what you missed: Continue reading “What Did I Miss?: The One Day Early Edition (June 17th-23rd)”
The Hawaiian-Dubbed MOANA Premiered for World Oceans Day – For YOMYOMF, I briefly highlight the world premiere of the first Disney film to be dubbed in Hawaiian.
This is something I’ve noticed in recent time. With the stories and short plays that I have written within the past year or so, I’ve noticed how some of the subject matter I’ve been exploring is the same that I have touched on before in previous works. I’m not saying I’m retelling a story I’ve told before, but rather, I’m revisiting the same themes and topics. Continue reading “Thoughts About Revisiting Previous Subject Matter”
Hapa Reads – For the fourth issue of Hapa Mag, I guest contribute one of many books that the staff and other guests are reading.
Hapa Fitness – For the fourth issue of Hapa Mag, I guest contribute how I stay fit, among the staff and other guests.
Hapa Travels – For the fourth issue of Hapa Mag, I guest contribute one of many favorite locations that the staff and other guests have traveled to.
The title alone speaks for itself as to what this post is about, and to be quite frank, this has not been an easy decision for me to make.
Since my update about my third novel from back in January, I unfortunately still haven’t made a lot of progress with writing it. My most recent update on it is that I’ve managed to hammer out a fairly long chapter in it – and by recent, I mean that this was a little over a month ago. Continue reading “The Decision to Put My Third Novel on Hiatus”
#TBT: Elizabeth Sung in MEET THE KAYAK – For YOMYOMF, I pay tribute to the late actress by spotlighting a Wong Fu comedy sketch she appeared in a few years ago.
I found out through the most recent episode of the KollabCast podcast that while Millennials are blamed for supposedly “ruining” every other industry, an industry that my generation has helped grow in these trying times is the library industry. After doing a quick search on the subject matter, reports made within the past year confirm this reality. Continue reading “A Handy Guide to My Novels for the Wandering Millennial Reader”