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A man, his dog, and a UFO

Here’s a little sketch of a man and his dog pondering the infinite on the southern plains as a UFO passes by. I’m working on a presentation for an upcoming DFW MUFON meeting, and thanks to that I have flying

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Whistle while you work

When kicking around ideas for new stories music really helps get my creative juices flowing. I like instrumental and songs, as each can evoke tones and imagery that feel immediate. Ideas are sometimes very much in the early stages with

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Thoughts formed

Now that my latest short story We Are Alive Tonight is out on Amazon Kindle I thought I’d share some background on how the story came together. Like most writers, influences come to me from a lot of places –

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I’m fixin’ to…

Almost a year ago I released the short story Sky Horns Growling. It was relatively quick to write and I took inspiration from a variety of things including dreams, 9/11, and even War of the Worlds. A fellow author offered to

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Weekend!

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One small step

Like many writers, writing isn’t my “day job”, and it certainly doesn’t pay the bills just yet. It’s a passion, and a true love/hate endeavor every time that new idea pops-in there. Take my short story Sky Horns Growling, for

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Prey Slaughtered

After almost a year of on-and-off again playing I finally did it: I survived Bloodborne. It was a long, winding road filled with rage-quits, obsessive level-grinding, and detours to other games that exuded much more compassion to players. To put

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