Every now and then, I get a little personal on this site. And, something very personal and painful happened in my life recently. This week, specifically, this past Tuesday, my mom passed away. Some of you may know that my parents are in Florida and I’m in Connecticut, making it all the more difficult to [...]
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Sometimes I can’t wait to get to my writing. I feel the quiet but insistent call of my laptop. I just can’t not write. Then, there are the other times- the times when everything else seems on my mind except my novel. Here’s what runs through my mind during those… you know, other times. 1. [...]
So how’s the next book coming? I get that question a lot. Ever since I released Silver Vengeance in July of 2011, people have asked me about the next book. In my mind, that’s a bit of a loaded question, but my readers, my audience may not know why. Since I value you all, I’m [...]
I’m here to with another dose of humor only us writers could truly enjoy. Happily searching the internet, I found this little joke. Enjoy!
A new feature of my website is the joke of the week. Every once in a while, I’ll post a writer’s joke and its source for your amusement, so be sure to check back often! This week’s joke is from a site I happily stumbled upon. There was once a young man who, in his [...]
Call me a bit snarky, but Huffington Post put it up first. I love these grammar mistakes, and I thought I’d share the laugh with my readers.
I found this great picture of Twitter’s history.
This one- number five- really deserved its own post. Botanicalls This is really odd and remarkably cool. A person can buy the Botanicalls sensor and place it in the soil of the potted plant. A built in controller translates the readings to information” that can be sent over the internet through an embedded ethernet connection.” [...]
One interesting thing about Twitter, and something I certainly didn’t know, is that only 11% of the users are between 12 and 17 years old. So, teenagers are not responsible for the drastic increase in its popularity. Adults are the primary users. And the question is- for what? One I personally find Twitter to be [...]
As we have been reading about whether online news media can fill the void inevitably left by the dying industry of print news, I have concluded that one of the most important steps new media can take in doing so is to first acknowledge that a void exists. I think one of the major fallbacks [...]