Bloviation

From the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary:

blo·vi·ate
Pronunciation:
   \ˈblō-vē-ˌāt\
Function:
   intransitive verb
Inflected Form(s):
   blo·vi·at·ed; blo·vi·at·ing
Etymology:
   perhaps irregular from blow
Date:
 circa 1879
 
: to speak or write verbosely and windily; to speak pompously

 
I don’t intend to write a “political blog” (what the world needs now), but I may sporadically rant and rave and spew my opinion about that-or-this or one of the other things, political, impolitical, or otherwise. I will try to use helpful subcategories to keep things ill-organized. I file posts related to books and music here on the off chance I might let loose my inner literary or music critic. A significant source of bloviation will be centered on my lists of the great novels of the 20th century:

Note that Blather is a closely-related category, and I may occasionally cross-post in these categories.
 
Read more About Bachblog, or dig right into some Bloviation without delay.