Dear friends and readers, I decided to release WAR: ONLINE as a serial novel as an experiment to see if independent publishing could work as a feasible means of reaching people on a wide scale. However, since I have a limited budget, this idea seems to be failing because without promotion, it is very difficult […]Read More WAR: ONLINE needs your help
Despite my best efforts, and I realize that there are challenges in independently publishing anything, so far WAR: ONLINE has been a flop. The amount of time it takes to promote the piece is not translating into sales. Although I have high hopes for this story, I need people to start buying it so I […]Read More Need 7 more sales of WAR: ONLINE by the end of the week, or I will not continue
WAR: ONLINE, the epic dystopian tale of a video game journalist trapped in a virtual reality death game, has just been released independently on kindle! For only 99 cents, you can look forward to a new installment of this serial novel on a monthly basis–perhaps eventually weekly. The fate of WAR: ONLINE is completely up […]Read More WAR: ONLINE Episode 1 is out!!!!
Greetings all, I’ve been working on a novel length story called War: Online which I’ve decided to self-publish as a serial novel. I am a huge believer in letting my writing speak for itself. Therefore, I am providing a short teaser excerpt for your reading pleasure. If you like it, please consider pre-ordering for your […]Read More War: Online is coming!
The random thoughts of days long past never cease to give me insight into the purpose of tomorrow. But that doesn’t mean I do not doubt. That does not mean I do not have sleepless nights where I wonder about my purpose and my being. That does not mean I ever forget. I will never […]Read More Excercise in Futility
Protesters marched through the streets of the Lower East Side last night. I heard there were four arrests but can’t confirm. Police were very hands off and let them march to Union Square where there was a rally and open mic.Read More #FergusonSolidarity March in NYC
Dear Readers, I cannot be sure of how many of you are actually readers of mine or are otherwise indisposed of spam bots, but if you are alive and kicking, I need your help. The protests in Ferguson, Missouri over the killing of Michael Brown are as heart wrenching as they are frightening. There is […]Read More A Personal Appeal
When I was younger, I was afraid of thunder. The rain would pour down and I would cringe when I saw the flash because I knew what was coming next. There would be a slight crackle and then—in the space of a millisecond—there would be a great boom as if a cannon from the civil […]Read More The Angels Bowling
Being nothing more than a twenty something year old living in suburbia with the only immediate goals being to graduate from college and get a job as a journalist on foreign assignments, I’m sometimes left wondering why I even bother. It’s not like war is going anywhere anytime soon. But I still focus on it. […]Read More I’d rather not write about war … but I will anyway
I look at her picture again. She was so beautiful to me back then. She is no longer beautiful to me now. She is just what she is: a picture in a frame. The dark-haired, blue eyed beauty I once loved unrequitedly no longer has that luster. Does that mean she changed? Or did I […]Read More Picture in a frame