My Christmas tree has a remote control. The tree we've used for years finally gave up the ghost (Ebenezer Scrooge pun intended) forcing me to head out and find a new one. When I shopped last year, I went too late and all the good trees had sold out. This year I shopped early and … Continue reading My Christmas Tree Has a Remote
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HSzx-zryEgM If you want to know if you will like Dr. Strange, here is the question you need to ask yourself: Did you like Inception, the movie from director extraordinare Chris Nolan. If the answer is yes, then you will like Dr. Strange, the newest in the Marvel Studios franchise. If you answered no, them … Continue reading Dr. Strange Review
I enjoyed my time in Knoxville at the Fanboy Expo. I hope to visit for the next one in the summer. Thanks to Jessica and Michael Sherwood for putting up with me all weekend.And of course the final day of cosplay.
Anyone who knows me knows I make friends easy. Always have. But what's making Fanboy a true pleasure is getting to be next to the table of Jessica and Michael Sherwood. Not only is Jessica a talented author, she is also a blast to carry on a conversation. Today we discussed everything from religion to … Continue reading Fanboy Expo Day 2
I'm in Knoxville Tennessee for Fanboy Expo Convention at the Knoxville Convention Center. Right next door is Jessica and Michael Sherwood. Jessica rights a fantastic high epic fantasy series you should check out here. Myra Daniels of Nerdy Planet fame is here as well. Always great traveling hundreds of miles from home and seeing good … Continue reading Fanboy Expo Day 1
I have a plea that may fall on deaf ears, but I will still make it regardless. What distresses me most about modern political discussions is they are not discussions. Too often when an important topic is brought up it devolves into insults and name calling. In this presidential election we are faced with two … Continue reading A House Divided
Imaginarium is now in the books and this year I took home two Imadjinn Literary Awards. Revenge won for Best Thriller Novel and Nightmare won for Best Short Story. I am incredibly grateful to Stephen Zimmer and all the fine folks who volunteer to make Imaginarium such a wonderful event. Hydra Publications, my publishing house, … Continue reading Revenge and Nightmare Take Home Awards