An Article At SF Signal

Sarah Chorn (Bookworm Blues) put out a call on social media for articles for her Special Needs in Strange Worlds column over at SF Signal. I’ve been a big supporter and fan of Sarah’s column since it came out, and when she needed help, I had an article leap into my mind that I had ...

New Desk

New Desk
Note before you start reading: You can click the photos to view them full-sized. I just thought you might want to know that before you scroll down. My old desk was falling apart. The front lip was barely holding on, the surface was scratched and stained. I didn’t care about the stains, but the mars ...

Obligatory 2014 Recap

Obligatory 2014 Recap
Wow. What a year. Ups. Downs. Even some sideways curves thrown in. I’m not going to go through every, gritty little detail and bore you to death. Here are some highlights of the year for me! The year started out with a bang as the government decided it wanted back taxes on my grandfather’s estate. I ...

Without Damage

Without Damage
I’m about a month behind in my podcast listening, so some of you may have already listened to the podcast I’m going to talk about tonight. If not, do yourself a favor and checkout episode 206 of The Functional Nerds. (Check them all out, actually. They’re really good!) In this episode, Patrick Hester and John Anealio brought Sarah Chorn ...

A Post In Which I’m Interviewed

Hey all. Long time no post. Sorry for the radio silence here, but life’s been… well… life. I wanted to drop by here real quick and let everyone know that I’m still alive and well. I’m well enough to do interviews, too! I have proof of that statement over at K.J. Scrim’s web site. If you ...

Updated Podcast List

I do this from time-to-time. Last time was about a year and a half ago. You can see my past podcast listings here and here. Here’s my current list of what I listen to and why: Adventures in SciFi Publishing This is a great podcast packed full of interviews with the occasional recording of a ...

Book Review: Divinity by Michelle L. Johnson

Book Review: Divinity by Michelle L. Johnson
I met Michelle at the 2014 Pikes Peak Writers Conference and, as writers will do, we got to talking about what we write. When she told me about her book, I knew I had to have it. As soon as she let me know that the pre-order for Divinity was available, I slapped down my ...

The Cat’s in the Cradle

On Tuesday, when I got home from the Day Job, my son approached me within seconds of my backpack hitting the floor. He asked, “Daddy? Can we play football?” I told him that I wanted a few minutes to veg out and just chill before doing anything. I’m often tired from the long day at work and ...

Carnival of the Damned is Released

I can feel the utter fright creeping into your veins as I type this. An anthology full of creepy clowns, strange carnivals, dark circuses, and sideshow freaks has hit the virtual shelves of Amazon. That’s right, folks. Carnival of the Damned is out! I have a brief description of the my story on my short ...

Resolution Update

If you remember way back in January, I posted that I wanted to get twelve short stories written this year. I also wanted to submit each of them to three different markets each. Well… I’m a little behind as you can see on the sidebar. At this point, I should be halfway through story number eight. Instead, ...