Most of you have probably been wondering where I’ve been for the past seven months. As my blog went silent, my writing dried up, and my presence on social media became nil, I slowly sunk into the shadows, busy fighting through a personal hell I wouldn’t wish on my worst enemy.
I was going through divorce. … More Divorce And Its Lessons
The crows feet. The crows feet at the corners of my eyes, the ones I’ve been trying to get rid of with that expensive beauty cream I saw on television late one night. She has those crows feet. That crease in my forehead, she has that too. Not very attractive, but there’s not much I … More The Friday Muse – Doppelgänger
Last week, I shared a snippet from a short story I am working on for an upcoming anthology. It’s a superhero story, but set in a more medieval-type environment with castles and magic. The main character of the story is Terutus, a middle-aged man (I think) who, in the beginning of the story, is watching … More The Friday Muse – Terutus Flashback
My company, The Crossover Alliance, will be having a special Black Friday Book Bundle available on Friday. You can score each book in our catalog (including mine) and even snag a pre-order of our upcoming anthology. Check it out if you have a book lover in your life and you’re looking for the perfect gift, … More Black Friday Book Bundle – The Crossover Alliance
It should come as no surprise to those who know me that I am participating in NaNoWriMo this year. This will be my eleventh year taking a crack at the challenge, and it’s going to be a challenge with the publishing company I am running, the novels I am trying to start work on, and … More NaNoWriMo 2015
Originally posted on Hot Space Station Justice:
Dave Alderman and the Crossover Alliance authors represent a shift in biblical-based spec-fiction, one that resonates with me. Seeing as the Crossover Alliance Kickstarter is in full gear, I figured it was appropriate for Mr. Alderman to do a guest post here at HSSJ *** The Crossover Alliance…
I was never a big fan of Saturday Night Live. Instead, I used to spend my Saturday nights watching MADtv. I think one of the main reasons I didn’t care for SNL was because I found most of their sketches too political or overreaching. MADtv reminds me more of In Living Color (where Jim Carrey … More Anyone Else Miss MADtv?
I finally got around to importing my Blogger posts into this site earlier this week, so now instead of a dozen posts, you’ll see that I have nearly 500. I’ll be working at it a little each day to try and get my categories/tags organized and make sure the posts were all formatted correctly when … More The Friday Muse – Blog Import
There’s been a lot of buzz in recent years over bullying. I was bullied in my younger years. A lot. Like…A LOT. Most of the bullying occurred in 8th and 9th grade, and most of it occurred for various reasons. I was always…different. Quite. Weird. In my own little world. I was diagnosed with ADHD … More Writing Away the Bullies