Whether you want to admit it or not, charitable giving is probably not one of your highest priorities. You have bills to pay, food to buy, and a social life to fund, or worse, children to raise. Throwing two-dollars into the tin shaken at the traffic lights doesn’t count, not really. When it comes to charitable giving, we humans aren’t the most charitable of creatures.
My name is Joshua S Hill, and I suffer from anxiety and depression. I’m on two types of medication; one taken every day, the other taken when I need it which, lately, has been necessary less and less, which is nice. I work from home because at this stage in my life, I’m relatively certain […]
Joshua S. Hill says that by reading more than one book at once, you can always have a book on hand to match your mood while sharpening your mind.
Once a year, Joshua S. Hill’s sleeping pattern is utterly dedicated to the greatest sporting event in the world: the Tour de France.
In the novels of Kate Griffin, Joshua S. Hill discovers there’s magic in everything, not just in the trees and animals.
“It is unlikely that there will ever be an author who has captured my imagination as much as J.R.R. Tolkien,” says Joshua S. Hill, who explains why the works of Tolkien engage him like no other author.
Instead of running away from reality by writing or reading fantasy fiction, perhaps we are actually facing reality in the way that helps us understand it best?
Joshua S. Hill says there’s a common theme amongst the majority of literary critics — they’re living in a world that is open to their interpretation, not yours. Just look at their dislike of The Lord of the Rings which consistently tops the lists of readers’ favourite books of all time.
With the much-anticipated HBO series “Game of Thrones” starting tonight, Joshua S. Hill has some serious words for the New York Times reviewer who lambasted this epic fantasy.