Industrial Cap StopWatch

I had to stop working on my thesis and watch 60 Minutes. Graduation be damned, there was no choice to make. How could I miss a show regarding the new Industrial Revolution, where companies are scaling back on technology and using what would have been available in the early 1900’s? So very Steampunky, which is […]

Home Bike Eye

  I don’t know what it means, this scrap of paper I’d found taped to the door when I came home from school this afternoon. No one else was home. The thin strip looks like it had been pulled out of the trash as an after-thought. It’s got some tell-tale crumpling that had to have […]

Identity

Some interesting things have happened in the last two weeks. Well, truthfully, there’s been a lot happening in the last few weeks. Last Sunday, I met my brother for the first time ever, and saw one of my sisters for the first time in about 30 years. But also, that little piece I wrote for […]

The Dryad (short story)

THE DRYAD: a family at odds doesn’t realize they’re being watched, or that this camping trip may change them. I just published my urban fantasy short story, THE DRYAD, on Amazon 🙂 Available for $0.99! What’s the point of a blog if I can’t give some details? Even a short story has a story. I think […]

Available Now (!)

  My new publicity flyer! I am far from settling in post-move, yet diving head first (back) into promotion.  It would have been great to have done this ealier, but that was unfortunately impossible. Understory is also a new favorite word. It refers to the vegetation that grows on the forest floor. It is a great […]