Rogue One: Pre-flight Jitters

I’m doing my Rogue One blog in two parts, mostly because I’m curious to see how my impressions compare before and after what is a significant media event thirty-nine (yes, 39) years in the making. That’s three quarters of my existence, and I’ve had a vested interested in the franchise since I was a wee … Read more…

The More Things Change…

2017 is just around the corner, and I’ve confirmed my first show for next year. It looks like I’ll be making an appearance at my favorite convention of the year in February—namely, PensaCon! The show runs from February 17th through the 19th, and it looks like I’ll see you there. Having said that, I wanted … Read more…

Second in Sales – Advice for Writers

TIPS FOR UP-AND-COMING WRITERS: I found out today that I was second in sales for the month of November over at 7DS Books. They’re the ones who carry my short story collection Out Through the Attic. I’m not mentioning this to brag… well, I am… at least a little, but it’s not the most important … Read more…

2015 Thanks for the Ride…

Well, the Crockpot Ravioli Lasagna is cooking, so I figured I’d chime in on today. Y’all know I give thanks pretty regularly. I’m grateful for every day I wake up, just like my granddaddy taught me. I’m grateful for the opportunities that continue to present themselves to me as I pursue this goal I have. … Read more…

I’ve got room on my bandwagon…

Many of you have been along for the ride as I blistered my feet upon the ragged road that is a writing career. For that alone I want to offer my thanks. This year, however, I’m upping the ante a bit. WordFire Press is launching the new Chemical Burn at Denver Comic Con this year. The first … Read more…

Older Title Experiment on Wattpad

My novelette Voices on the Wind has been out for some time. In fact, the original draft of that story was written almost twenty years ago. It’s a fell-good story with strong father/son/family overtones and a dash of Native American flavor added. I’ve always had an appreciate for Native American culture and themes, and this story seemed … Read more…

A Fact of Life and Business

Once upon a time there was a plumber named Bob and a home-builder named Tom. On a bright, sunny day, Tom asked Bob to tile a bathroom for a home. Tom intended to sell this home to either investors or other homebuilders. The two men agreed upon an estimated price for the work, and with … 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…

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