Category Archives: Travel + Nerd Life

Houston Comic & Pop Culture Fans- New Con This Saturday!

Tomorrow Tomball Lone Star Library is hosting a brand new con! All details at http://www.hcpl.net – look under locations and select Tomball! Advertisements

Houston Comic & Pop Culture Fans- New Con This Saturday!

Tomorrow Tomball Lone Star Library is hosting a brand new con! All details at http://www.hcpl.net – look under locations and select Tomball!

Textured Treasures From a Texas Shoreline

Untouched iPhone pics from a day at the Pocket Park on Galveston Island, TX, April 2018.

Textured Treasures From a Texas Shoreline

Untouched iPhone pics from a day at the Pocket Park on Galveston Island, TX, April 2018.

New Orleans Slaps, Wheat pastes and Sundry Street Art

Took a quick spin through New Orleans on the last few days of March and saw art and slaps along the way. Primarily found in Bywater. The keyboard and quote are trademarks of artist WRDSMTH. I few pieces by this

New Orleans Slaps, Wheat pastes and Sundry Street Art

Took a quick spin through New Orleans on the last few days of March and saw art and slaps along the way. Primarily found in Bywater. The keyboard and quote are trademarks of artist WRDSMTH. I few pieces by this

“A Storm Called Katrina” Uses the Picture Book Format to Document a Boy and His Family’s Escape From the New Orleans Disaster

*Each week in the month of August I'll feature one children's book about Hurricane Katrina.* ~Rebuild~Remember~ The paintings are the real strength of the 2011 Picture book A Storm Called Katrina by Myron Uhlberg and illustrated by Colin Bootman. A

“A Storm Called Katrina” Uses the Picture Book Format to Document a Boy and His Family’s Escape From the New Orleans Disaster

*Each week in the month of August I'll feature one children's book about Hurricane Katrina.* ~Rebuild~Remember~ The paintings are the real strength of the 2011 Picture book A Storm Called Katrina by Myron Uhlberg and illustrated by Colin Bootman. A

“Zane and the Hurricane” Imagines One Boy’s Perspective on Living Through Hurricane Katrina

*Each week in the month of August I'll feature one children's book about Hurricane Katrina.* ~Rebuild~Remember~ Tackling  a historical, national event is a daunting task for any author. Make it an event from recent history and the difficulty increases. Now

“Zane and the Hurricane” Imagines One Boy’s Perspective on Living Through Hurricane Katrina

*Each week in the month of August I'll feature one children's book about Hurricane Katrina.* ~Rebuild~Remember~ Tackling  a historical, national event is a daunting task for any author. Make it an event from recent history and the difficulty increases. Now

“The Terrible Axe-Man of New Orleans” is a Glorious, Gory, True Crime, Horror, Graphic Novel

Unbeknownst to me, Author and Illustrator Rick Geary has been producing a series of glorious true crime graphic novels since the 1980’s. His first series, A Treasury of Victorian Murders included volumes on Jack the Ripper, Lizzie Borden, H.H. Holmes

“The Terrible Axe-Man of New Orleans” is a Glorious, Gory, True Crime, Horror, Graphic Novel

Unbeknownst to me, Author and Illustrator Rick Geary has been producing a series of glorious true crime graphic novels since the 1980’s. His first series, A Treasury of Victorian Murders included volumes on Jack the Ripper, Lizzie Borden, H.H. Holmes

American Crime Story Season 2: Hurricane Katrina – Will You Watch?

Having just finished watching Season 1 of American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson, I find myself anxious to see what’s next in this gripping series. Ryan Murphy has merged his dark sensibilities, in-depth character development, well-paced storytelling techniques,

American Crime Story Season 2: Hurricane Katrina – Will You Watch?

Having just finished watching Season 1 of American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson, I find myself anxious to see what’s next in this gripping series. Ryan Murphy has merged his dark sensibilities, in-depth character development, well-paced storytelling techniques,