Longest Chapter… So Far

Finally, I completed the longest chapter of Frigid Nights so far. It took a lot of time, most of that time spent staring at the screen thinking of what to write or how to write it. It's easily one of the most important, if not the most important, chapter of the book. I'd say the ...

New Books

Well, it's pouring here in the Windy City and it's supposed to continue the deluge for the rest of the day. It'd be nice if I could be home watching the storm and writing or something but that's not and option today. Oh well, there will be plenty more rainy days to come I'm sure. ...

Homefront

"Don't grab him like that," Mary said sternly, pulling her son Carson away from Sam. Sam looked down at their son, seeing the red indentations left on Carson's arm. He felt something catch in his throat as he saw the boy's wet eyes fill up like the ocean tide. Sam looked up at Mary, her ...

New Title? Memorial Day

I've been throwing around some ideas for the title of Frigid Nights because maybe FN just isn't right. It's been more of a working title since I've been more focused on actually writing the thing and not what I should call it. While I've been thinking that I need to change the title, I haven't given ...

Baltimore County Officer Down, Criminal Kid With Lengthy Rap Sheet Charged

A Baltimore kid with a lengthy criminal record ran over Police Officer Amy Caprio in a stolen Jeep, killing her. Had this happened in Chicago, Kim Foxx would've already I-Bonded him and let him roam the streets since apparently stealing cars isn't a violent crime. This crap infuriates me. A kid who has already proven ...

Schwarber’s Ejection

The Cubs games of late have been rather exciting, whether it be because of Albert Almora making a leaping catch or tempers flaring by members of the team. After a recent bench clearing, the excitement continued when Kyle Schwarber got a called strike-out that he disagreed with, said a "choice word," and got ejected on ...

Black Echo / Crime Novels

What genre of books do you typically read? Do you ever stray from that genre and read books that fall within others? I wouldn't say I have a typical genre that I read but I recently started reading The Black Echo by Michael Connelly. I'm not much of a "police procedural" novel type of guy. I ...

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