J.G. Walker

J.G. Walker: Book Review – The Delphi Room by Melia McClure

“My mother was on her way over the day I hung myself.” With this startling, mysterious line, author Melia McClure begins The Delphi Room, a fascinating and engrossing novel that is at times beautiful, heartbreaking, terrifying, and perplexing. It’s even funny. Often, it’s all of these things simultaneously. After taking her own life, a young
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J.G. Walker: My Favorites of 2013

Generally, 2013 was an okay year–not bad but not exceptional, either–but it was a decent year for entertainment, at least from my perspective. To anyone who claims there’s nothing good to read or watch out there, I say they’re not looking in the right places. Or they’re not looking at all. Here, in no particular order,
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Nine Questions with...Heather Walsh

In addition to being the author of two novels, Dented Cans and the more recent The Drake Equation, Heather Walsh has an actual life. For one thing, she’s a foodie who loves to eat. She’s lived in New York City, San Francisco, and now Boston, which, she’s quick to point out, are all great food cities. On the
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J.G. Walker - NaNoWriMo 2013: A Restrospective

With the recent passing of NaNoWriMo 2013, I thought I’d put together a few thoughts on my experience this year. This one was good for me. Did I reach fifty-thousand words? Nope. Did I get close? Well, that depends on your definition of “close.” I did, however, end up closer to fifty-thousand than zero, so
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