Old Time Radio

I recall playing LA Noire, a video game in which you play as LAPD Detective Cole Phelps in 1947, right after WWII. It’s a fantastic game with a lot of guns blazin’ action coupled with fascinating investigative work. I can go on for hours about this game as it’s one of my favorites but one … Continue reading Old Time Radio



Well, I sent off Sirens to an editor and wow... how did a university give me an English degree? I saw more red than I saw black ink. My grammar was awful, apparently I struggle with “misplaced participle phrases,” and I have clunky wording. This all is particularly disheartening considering this is technically the THIRD … Continue reading 12Jan22

Memento Mori

Have you ever felt like you’re stuck in a rat race? You’rejust going through the motions. Though you have a dream in mind, you feel like it’s too unrealistic, too grandiose, and like it will always be a dream? It’s a struggle. And it only gets worse as you get older. Life will always get in the way and those that … Continue reading Memento Mori


Well, this whole crime fiction writing is a bit tough. Not that other genres of writing are easy, it’s just difficult to get so many things write in crime fiction. The police procedural aspect must be accurate. The interactions between cops must be realistic. The case they’re investigating has to be intriguing and include complex details and … Continue reading 29OCT2021