So I want to update all my blurbs. Because apparently this is vital and I agree. So I have been trying with White Witch Haven book 1. I have asked for assistance and: I put too much information in (so I took it out) I put too little information (so I screamed) I am… Continue reading Book blurb blues
You're so awesome; are you sure you're not a fictional character? This is the most common question I get asked. I know, I exude awesomeness. And it seems like that sort of awesomeness couldn't exist in the real world. But it does. Okay, maybe people never point out my awesomeness or speculate on my realness.… Continue reading Are you sure you’re not a fictional character?
This is the best damn dream I have had in a while. For several reasons. Set the scene: It was winter, in a foreign city somewhere I had never been before. I was wandering by myself in a very explorative mood. The art: I came across this art. This wall art. The first a… Continue reading Dream time: a place of art
Why do we believe weird things? As smart as we can be, why do we believe weird things? I am reminded of Michael Shermer’s view, when he’s asked why smart people believe weird things, like creationism, ghosts and (as with Sir Arthur Conan Doyle) fairies: “Smart people are very good at rationalizing things they came… Continue reading Intelligence and belief
My progress report on my novel Sorcery (holder title) is that it is moving along swiftly. As you go along with a work you get a real sense of the world you are writing in. While I had a basic plot for this one, all those details about the world have got to the right… Continue reading Progress report: Sorcery
All things that are possible happen in a parallel or alternate universe. Think of all the awesome yous out there. The infinite possibilities. In a parallel universe: I wrote the Great Canadian Novel about a moose named George Aliens invaded and oddly enough made Earth a better place Aliens invaded, ate all the humans, and… Continue reading In a parallel universe