Author Archives: adsheehan
Summer, 1996. I was twelve, I’d just won the last battles of elementary school, and my dad, a long-time fan of the TV series, took me to see the big-screen adaptation of Mission: Impossible. Advertisements
I had the barbell about sixty percent of the way up when I heard God speak to me. Now, I’d set up a convenient appointment earlier that day to hear from God, but He chose to wait until I was … Continue reading
Here’s a fun piece I wrote for “work.”
When I reviewed part one of Gillian Bronte Adams’s Songkeeper Chronicles, Orphan’s Song, I reflected on her subversion of traditional YA fantasy tropes, slyly leading the audience into traps of surprising emotional depth. If I approached book two, the eponymous … Continue reading
My latest blog post is mostly about restoring a car, but partly about restoring a person. You can find it on my work blog at StreetsideAuto.com.
I want to love trailers. I waste time at work to watch them the moment they debut. Typically I watch the first two trailers for any film, and then cut myself off until I see the film. I’ve found that … Continue reading