An Unlikely Friendship, Part One

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The way our media usually portrays inter-feminine relationships emphasizes negative behavior that makes me wonder, “Why are these two women tolerating nonsense from one another?” Having grown up as the only boy in a...

I Hate Instagram

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 With over a billion people using Instagram on a daily basis, it’s easy for writers to think that building an audience on the platform will be a straightforward process. Yet, promoting creative content on...

The Invitation

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This audiovisual love story is a prequel to "Blood on the Warpath," an essential component for understanding the characters and milieu, especially for those unfamiliar with earlier books in the series. Please click on...

Insta-scam . . .

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It’s not easy to compose a book-length story. Writing requires discipline, creativity and persistence. While independent publishing is far more viable now than it was while I was in my teens, getting noticed in...

In Defense of the Saggy Middle

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A reader in India recently reviewed Crisis, my third novel. It’s certainly not an easy read in terms of content – hence the title – but I felt a bit dismayed when I noted...

Progress

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It's been a busy summer thus far, and while there are many demands on my attention, I've had more time for writing than I can recall in a long time. At present, I've completed...

Invisibility

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Ideas are invisible. Ideas are intangible, but they have real impact whenever we act on them. I grew up in a deeply racist household. My mother, who came from a little town in Brasil,...

Situational Archetypes in the Deveran Conflict Series

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While the title of this post may sound a bit pretentious, nothing about the way I write novels approaches the way I compose for a post-graduate class. I don't start with the archetype and...

Building the World of Devera

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Mapping a World It all began with a drawing. I’d been working graveyard shift as a telephone operator after graduating from high school and I had a lot of time on my hands. As I drew the...

Romance

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We all know the story. In Chick Flicks: Two romantically-challenged people meet, realize they’re destined to be with one another, encounter a series of problems meant to separate them, but in the end, the magical force of...
I feel a restless desire to instigate revolution, a change in the way people think. While I really enjoy storytelling, sparking that sense of self-reflection lies at the core of what motivates me to write. I put words on paper believing that my readers will be different after my work has been read
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