Edited by Ekaterina Sedia I picked this collection of werewolf short stories up at a used bookstore for $7.50. What a steal. Over 300 pages spanning 22 stories, the vast majority of which were five-star. Even the lowest rated one clocked in at three. If you are looking for a fantastic collection of werewolf stories, … Continue reading Book Review: Running with the Pack
My wife and I, along with some friends, took of a tour of the Houston Space Center. I was not impressed. NASA is supposed to be America's pinnacle of technological achievement, and the campus looked like something from an old Cold War movie about the Soviet Space Program. The buildings looked old and decrepit, the … Continue reading NASA’s Old
Chapter 3 of Howlers: Lupus Rex is posted on Channillo. Bill and Glen are two of the most popular characters in Howlers. Hop over and read about their redneck, pot-smoking antics. Have you checked out Channillo? Lots to see and read!
Whether you’re serious about writing…or you just like to dabble from time to time…it’s time to tighten those laces and put up you dukes -- WRiTE CLUB is back! This is the sixth year of the “little contest that could” and I’m happy to announce that we are continuing our association with the DFW Writers … Continue reading WRiTE CLUB 2016
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I looked out my backyard window this morning and saw it snowing...leaves. Now, living in the Dallas/Fort Worth region doesn't afford much of an opportunity to experience the four different seasons, so when I actually catch a fall rainbow of colors falling from my trees, it's exciting. Lex Bont the Wonder Dog didn't find it … Continue reading It’s About Time Fall Fell
Hoping you and yours have a safe and happy holiday. Although I've posted a turkey, I had gumbo. Yummy!
Woot! I've been looking for a read and critique group for a couple of years now, and I've found one. https://dfwwritersworkshop.wordpress.com/ If you're a lover of books and want to see the process of how they're written, or if you're a writer looking to perfect your craft, please check them out.
Saturday night around the fire pit. Good friends, good stories, and good single malt scotch. On the subject of alcoholic beverages, I wouldn't consider myself a connoisseur, but I have found that I've become quite the bigot with regard to my choices in general. Scotches, if you've ever researched them, are subject to different palate interpretations. … Continue reading Fire Pit Therapy Session: What I Like to Drink