Time is Not an Illusion – The Immense Center Bonus

This is a portion of The Immense Center that did not make it into the final book. Not because I felt it wasn’t good, but because I felt it interfered with the pacing. The characters are the narrator, Gabe, Mick, Seb, and Joe. The other characters besides the narrator are sixth-dimensional beings that can travel Read more about Time is Not an Illusion – The Immense Center Bonus[…]

Launching with Kingsley Grant

  A few months ago, I was privileged to be a guest on Kingsley Grant’s podcast, The Mid-Life Launch. Since then, I’ve become a fan of the show and consider Kingsley Grant to be a friend. Kingsley is a speaker, a coach and an author and is one of those people that impresses and inspires Read more about Launching with Kingsley Grant[…]

4 Ways to Tell a Story

  Those that know me well, know that I’m not just an author. I’m a designer in my day job. I’m also a photographer, amateur actor and amateur filmmaker. These disciplines might seem diverse on the surface, but in reality, for me, each sprouts from the same part of me: storytelling. Telling Stories through Photography Read more about 4 Ways to Tell a Story[…]

Grammar Crimes – Antiprescriptivism

“Antiprescriptivism” yeah, I made up a word. Cuz, know what? That’s how the English language works, sukkah! Woah, I’m slummin’ it teh keyboardshortcutters. DWI. Last year, Weird Al Yankovic produced a song and video called, Word Crimes. It was funny and I love Weird Al, but I’m with Mignon Fogarty on Grammar Girl, this song is Read more about Grammar Crimes – Antiprescriptivism[…]

Looking for Beta Readers

ARCs are almost ready! An ARC is an Advanced Reader Copy. In days past, publishers would send out printed copies to a select group of readers to proofread and provide feedback on books before they were published. These days, though, this seems so archaic (and expensive). So, most publishers send out a PDF of the Read more about Looking for Beta Readers[…]

I’m a Writer, not a Writer

  If you spend enough time around writers, you’ll certainly notice that they care a great deal about words, word-smithing, language, grammar, and all sorts of topics concerning “writing well.” You’ll encounter the aspiring Hemingways and Burkowskis. You know the type: always looking at every sentence like it’s a line of poetry. These writers will Read more about I’m a Writer, not a Writer[…]

I’m a Writer, not a Writer

  If you spend enough time around writers, you’ll certainly notice that they care a great deal about words, word-smithing, language, grammar, and all sorts of topics concerning “writing well.” You’ll encounter the aspiring Hemingways and Burkowskis. You know the type: always looking at every sentence like it’s a line of poetry. These writers will […]