Hey Everybody!

Hey everybody! How’s everybody been? It’s been a while, so I thought I would post something on the old internet. Last year, I was so burnt out after finishing my two novels, I took a long break. A really long break. I have just started, in the last few weeks or so, to get back […]

Reviews! On my birthday!

Okay, it’s my birthday, and all I want are reviews! There were over 200 downloads of my books; thank you all so much!   If you could get yer bad seff over to that corporate juggernaut known as Amazon, and write me a review, even if you’ve only read a few letters, that would be […]

Published!

Well, self published anyway. I got tired of rejection letters from agents who didn’t even want to read the books, so I published them on my own. I will be working on marketing them in the future. A Pack of Dogs is the story of Jacob Baxter, who finds himself the last man on Earth. […]

new short story

I’ve posted a new short story, called A Visit to Langley. This one is a little long, at 8k words, but it was a blast to write. It’s HP Lovecraft meets the Twilight Zone. As always, please enjoy, and, if you get a chance, let me know what you think. It’s a little rated R […]

Mental illness and writing characters

When I write my fiction, it’s easy to get inside the characters’ heads, coming from my perspective. I struggle with anxiety and depression, and this can translate quite handily when I build a character. Hey, write what you know. As a writer, I take on the form of omniscient narrator, master storyteller. That means that […]

I love David Lynch, but he’s wrong

Let me just say I’m a big fan of David Lynch. His unique creativity is a standout in pop culture, and I loved Twin Peaks, at least the first two seasons. Lynch wrote a book called Catching the Big Fish, which I reach recently, about transcendental meditation. It’s a good read, and, indeed, the therapy […]