It has been quite a while since I’ve posted anything on this website. Well, writing can be a rather slow process after all. This, while managing other aspects of life, particularly full-tome work. But I wanted to give some updates. MYOPIA will eventually return. I am planning to do so by this summer, and I still have many ideas in...
I’m happy to announce I have a story titled, “Tethered,” in the Tales From the Dream Zone Anthology published by Flying Ketchup Press. This is the longest story I’ve ever had published, and I feel it is a great honor to be part of this collection of imaginative stories that all involve some aspect of the dreaming world. If you’d...
Squirt guns have become a summertime staple. What better way to cool off than blasting friends and family in the face with a blast of water...usually. How old are squirt guns and how did they change technologically over the years? Find out in the newest MYOPIA.
I’m happy to have a story in titled, “Sealed” in Zizzle Literary #2. Zizzle is a bookazine that promotes literary fiction both kids and adults can enjoy. Issue #2 is available now at Amazon and other book retailers.
A good movie remake is like finding six-year-old leftovers in the back of the freezer that taste something kind of like how they were once supposed to, if not a little different too. Yeah, remakes are common, and often disappointing, but sometimes they're also amazing. Check out this list of some movies that could really benefit from a trip through the remake machine.
Ninjas are about as easy to ignore these days as is a roundhouse kick to the head. Seriously, ninjas are all over. But unlike cheap Halloween costumes, toys, videogames, ninja-based-business-terminology, the ninja invasion of American entertainment began slow and subtle, rather like ninjas themselves. Read more about this history in the latest M.Y.O.P.I.A.
Fall is the season for horror. Not just for TV and movies. On these cold nights, as the moon disappears behind clouds, and leaves rustle against the corner of the house, there's nothing like reading a good scary book into the wee hours of the night. Check out my recommendation for classic horror books, and believe me, some of these are well worth reading, and others are well worth skipping.
Get ready to read about fashion...well, sort of. To end the slightly celebrated Superhero September on the site, check out a bit of food for thought on superhero outfits, and particularly, where the movies can really fail fans, and the core of what a character is, by getting the costume wrong.
I have a short story published in the latest issue of a cool magazine called FLAPPERHOUSE. They feature exciting off-beat, clever, and thought provoking writing in the journal, and that’s the kind of fiction I like best. My piece is pretty satirical and I’m really happy to be part of the issue. Physical copies can be purchased for just $6...
Are you comic-book-curious? Are you intimidated by the world of comic books? Are you clueless where to start reading? Then this list of graphic novels is for you. These are accessible stories great for newbies, and essential to hardcore fans. No intimidation here, these are easy to find books with great storytelling. So check out my opinionated graphic novel recommendations.
Saturday morning cartoons used to be a big deal, a real long-standing tradition that different generations could bond over. The tradition has changed, some might say, died. Check out a history of one of the best TV traditions right here.
Pop-culture theme-cereals used to populate the breakfast aisle, but not so much in recent years. Check out a flavorful read on a brief history of popular and fad themed cereals.