What Ray Bradbury Told Us To Do

That silly, minimalist story I published yesterday was a proof of concept and writing exercise to show myself that I can, in fact, writer a linear story with a beginning, middle, and end. I am a bit embarrassed by the… Continue Reading

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Flash Fiction – Just Dessert

Below is my first attempt at a story after reading Save the Cat over the weekend. It’s also based on last Friday’s prompt from Chuck Wendig’s Flash Fiction Challenge, to include the phrase “there are no exits” and tell the… Continue Reading

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Testing Google Docs WordPress Add-on

I’m testing out a Google Docs Add-on that can turn documents into WordPress drafts. I enjoy writing in Google Docs, so this could have interesting implications for my writing process. Still need to find the thing I was looking for… Continue Reading

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Nintendo E3 Announcements Exciting

Nintendo’s big E3 event was today, and most of it was pretty exciting news. Mario Odyssey Mario Odyssey looks weird but fun. Mario has some sort of magic hat that lets him possess different animals and objects. That includes a… Continue Reading

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Weekend Reading: Tubes by Andrew Blum

We made a trip to Book People today. I was excited to come across Tubes, by Andrew Blum, which is about the physical places that the internet depends upon to exist. I’m working on a new fiction project and have… Continue Reading

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New Plan: Whatever the hell I want

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It’s hard to start blogging again when I’ve been out of the habit. I have no idea what to talk about, much less how to say it. I recently did a bunch of planning and brainstorming my two marketing-oriented blogs,… Continue Reading

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The vampires never showed up

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We saw Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Tuesday night. They’re on a 40th anniversary tour, and they still put on a damn good show. The set was all hits, practically a “best of” album collection, and that was okay. The… Continue Reading

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Review: Black Bolt #1 Promises A Fine New Series

The new Black Bolt comic from Marvel is finally here, and it’s pretty great. Written by Saladin Ahmed with art by Christian Ward, Issue #1 kicks the series off into a strangely lit, dark direction. I’ve been a fan of… Continue Reading

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Please Stand By…

This blog will be coming back online sometime in the next few weeks. A better theme, better organization, better collections of cat pictures. It’s been a weird few months.  Share on Tumblr

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Pensive Ryan Gosling in Blade Runner 2049 teaser trailer

Ryan Gosling is hunting replicants in the just-dropped teaser trailer for Blade Runner 2049 and pissing off old man Harrison Ford.  The visuals and the tone so far are all right.  I am cautiously optimistic about this questionable sequel.  Share… Continue Reading

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