Books / April 25, 2012

Thinking and Rethinking … I Need Coffee

Some of you may have been wondering what I’ve been up to for the past month or two. Some of you haven’t. Either way, I think I’m going to write this entry. Most of my time has been spent on It has been a wonderful experience writing for the tech blog, and I’m definitely […]

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Short Stories / February 19, 2012

I Wish I Was A Morning Person

Mornings … I hate them. Well, sometimes. See, I’m kind of a morning person per se, but when it comes right down to it, if given a choice, I’d rather catch an extra wink of unconsciousness than catch the first rays of the sun at 7 am. This morning, however, I’m wide awake and it’s […]

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Books / October 3, 2011

Novels … And Nothing Else

It’s been awhile since I’ve posted an update on my writing. I’ve opted into posting short writings and that preview of Wynx instead of posting updates on either my work or my website. Simple reason: I like a little variety. That being said, I wanted to touch base on a few things. First off, I […]

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Books / July 28, 2011

The Novel Frontier Begins

A new short story, more content, more pages … it has been a very fruitful and busy couple of days. Accomplishments have been made with little or no setbacks, and I could not have been happier with the results … The Wild Wild Mind Anyone who had ever read my work knows I’m more of […]

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Writing / July 19, 2011

Winding Down to the End of July

Here’s a quick breakdown of my to-do list for July: I promised a short story for all the Western genre lovers out there. That is definitely forthcoming. In fact, I plan on having the story finished by the end of this week. I promised two new poems. Delivered! However, I will also be delivering more […]

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Writing / July 16, 2011

Nothing But Novels, Novels, Novels!

By the end of July, I plan on shifting my focus from poetry and short stories to novels and novelettes almost entirely. That’s not to say I won’t be releasing new poems and short stories by any means. It means that the novels will take center stage over the poems and short stories. Yeah, August […]

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Writing / July 9, 2011

Ancient Egypt Mania!

Enter The Uninvited and the Curse, a short story told from the point of view of ancient pharaoh Khufu, for whom the Great Pyramid was built. The story was one of those I announced at the last minute but was quickly scooped up and published by Yahoo, especially for all you fans of ancient Egypt! […]

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Short Stories / June 28, 2011

My American Revolution Begins

My American Revolution is finally available for viewing to the public! The story, as I mentioned in a previous entry, is a tribute to American Revolution heroine Margaret Corbin, whose bravery should be an inspiration to us all. The short story details her bravery in the Battle of Fort Washington against the British and the […]

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