An Open Letter to Tyson Green at Bungie…

They put your name on it, so this letter is for Tyson Green, the Lead Designer for Destiny. However, I suspect my grievances should probably be directed more towards a director or V.P. or some anonymous suit somewhere who firmly believes that no story + lots of PvP = good and long-lasting dividends. Bollocks. Let … Read more…

Guardians of the Galaxy Movie Review

I rarely go through the hubbub of catching block-buster movies when they first come out. I’m a bit of a recluse, and being around all those folks is not at the top of my list of “Things to do in Denver Before I Die.” However, after having seen Guardians of the Galaxy this past weekend, … Read more…

An American White Guy’s Realization About Culture

When I’m faced with a moral conundrum, I often ask myself, “What would Picard do?” I admit that with a great deal of pride. The character Captain Jean Luc Picard was depicted in such a fashion that his decisions and decision making processes offer a marvelous compass for the generations who watched Star Trek the … Read more…

You’re not the boss of me…

An open letter to Ruth Graham, I was scrolling through FaceBook this morning as I waited for my coffee to be ready, and a marginally irritating bit of idiocy passed before my field of vision. I’m not going to link directly to her article, because I don’t want to give her the SEO. Feel free … Read more…

Why Kobo is Light-years Better

If you’re an independent or small publisher, or an independent author, then you really should read this. I’m both of those, and I have a pretty good idea of what I’m talking about here. I’ve been doing this whole indie thing for a number of years, and I’ve worked with Amazon, CreateSpace, Kindle Direct, Barnes … Read more…

Brain Games for the Un-clinically Un-sane

Some time ago, a fellow found me somewhat by accident on Facebook. I suspect he was doing what many writers do these days, namely seeking writing contacts and fellow lunatics gifted and cursed by the compulsion to write. He was (and is) a fellow writer who looks at the writing business both pragmatically and with … Read more…

Shorts for X-Mas?

Okay, so it’s December. I can finally do a little self-promo and some promotion for one of my short story benefactors, 7DS Books. We’re just starting the holiday season, so I’m including a random image of something at least American beer drinkers will associate with the holidays.  😉 More importantly, I wanted to drop in … Read more…

Thanksgiving Surprise

I spent Thanksgiving morning enjoying a surprise… and a promise… one that pandered to the whimsical child that I have, in recent years, resurrected from a cold grave. I must admit, lamentably, that such whimsy touches my heart all too infrequently these days, but I endeavor to give it life with each passing day. My … Read more…

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