A New Novel, and All The Bright Young Things At The Last Picture Show

I am in the final stages of making my "Loralee" novella available again. I plan to make this one as inexpensive to purchase as possible. It will be available in paperback and on kindle, a month or less from now probably. This re-write and edit took longer than I expected it to. The proofreading took … Continue reading A New Novel, and All The Bright Young Things At The Last Picture Show

Easter

You know it really is true that no matter what someone's highlight reel looks like, no one has a perfect life. I don't even attempt to claim any such thing. But, I think that sometimes if we're feeling down, or hurt, it's easy to forget that everyone has struggles, the most popular person in the … Continue reading Easter

The Journey of the Individual

This will be my third, and final post, for the day. I believe that each person is on their own individual road, path, whatever you want to call it, journey, spiritual or not, and/or otherwise. This post also speaks to why, again, some of why I've decided that the path for me is writing fiction, … Continue reading The Journey of the Individual

Why I Write Fiction

Sometime last winter, I posted on a temporary page that I had going on that I was going to write this particular thing, and then I was going to write that thing, and then I was going to write this other thing. Then I looked at it and I thought, but, I don't do that, … Continue reading Why I Write Fiction

The Origins and Mythology of Red Line Wine, Some Relics and Memorabilia

I'm not particularly fond of sharing too much in the way of personal anecdotes with regard to story origins, idea origins, inspirations. I think that there was, or is, a certain age where there's kind of a momentary reveling in the adventures or exploits of one's youth as such, where we tell those stories, and … Continue reading The Origins and Mythology of Red Line Wine, Some Relics and Memorabilia