A spontaneous essay about what I've learned so far Rule for writing: Many writers smoke, and I'm not saying that you should smoke. You really shouldn't, because it's terrible for you. What I'm saying is that maybe the reason that many writers smoke is because it allows for you to take a step back from your work, from writing, allowing you to… Continue reading 365 days of Adventures in American Writing. What’s the point?
good pal doing some great writing in India...still! "And so the rhythm of Goa carries on. Meditation on the beach, while 100′s of conventional Indian families and tourists stroll by – surely there’s a better place to do your meditation? I couldn’t help but think that it was some sort of ‘display’ of meditation and… Continue reading Storyland
Note: This is a continuation of what can be found here (where I'm going to start posting more of my work): I've been wondering lately if I was right when deciding to be a writer and back when I started I didnt have any doubts, I only believed in myself, and so there's no point of backing down now… Continue reading Morning Warm Up
Two times a month I'm going to place an online version of my books on the web for free reading. After the month is done I will take them down. During this time the physical book, with all its art work and editing and fine tuning of the prose, the textile and enhanced readability, the real damn… Continue reading Books, Part 1: SleepWalking Under The MoonSoul of Lake Michigan Part One