Whenever the devil gets me down, and rampant sinning seems to be the order of the day; when all about me swirls a miasma of godlessness, I turn to Miss Betty Bowers, America's Best Christian (tm) who can put me firmly back on track. Betty's beatific bloviations can be read here. You have nothing to lose: except your ticket straight to HELL--so enter the "No Sin Zone." Her movie reviews are especially good, particularly The Talented Mr. Ripley. Glory!
Welcome to Blank Space. In art, blank space is negative space. In writing, blank space exists between the lines of printed text (the black space). It is the unique perspective that a reader brings to the work; what the reader experiences in a work of fiction that may not be set down explicitly on the page. A work containing blank space has no overlong exposition, backstory or explanation. It is simple, direct and active.
Michael Hacker writes fiction, is a former stage actor and director, is interested in all forms of storytelling both character and plot-driven, loves to discuss philosophy, ethics and psychology, and criminal psychopathology. He is interested in crime and the legal system. He loves computers, but as an end-user. Mike's overall philosphy is stoic acceptance that mixes Christianity with the philosophy of Epictetus.