Sometimes, writing something can feel like preparing a term paper: you know you have to do it, the only way to get it done is to sit down and write it, but you have a mental block that makes you want to avoid the strenuous activity of sitting down to punch at the keys. I … Continue reading 19Mar2022
The baseball offseason sucks. It sucks because obviously there is no baseball to watch, no diving catch highlights, homerun robberies, shutdown innings, fielding gems, or balls getting blasted into the bleachers. If you're lucky, like me, and you can maintain your sanity by consuming another sport, like I do with hockey, then the offseason isn't … Continue reading Baseball Offseason
I'll let you in on a little nerdy secret of mine: I love watching gamers on YouTube. It's fascinating and so enjoyable to me. I've always loved video games but I never thought I'd enjoy watching people play them. Why watch when I could play? Then I discovered a specific band of YouTubers and I've … Continue reading YouTube Gamers
Novels force you to stick with one story and plot. There's nothing wrong with this so long as you have the attention span to work on the same story for months at a time. If you're like me, you can't have multiple works in progress. If I start something, I work on it until I … Continue reading Why I Love Writing Short Stories
My first novel, Taking Chances, has been republished and is available on Amazon by Forever Morris Publishing! I'm so excited to have it published by a firm that can hopefully bring more publicity to it than I could have on my own. It's currently available in paperback and Kindle and will be set for open … Continue reading Taking Chances Re-Published!