Monthly Archives: December 2011

My Friend Wikipedia

I just wanted to mention that Wikipedia is on a donation drive. Wikipedia is something I use regularly to get some general information or a general idea on a topic. Its summaries of film noir and hardboiled novels have provided … Continue reading

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Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol

Yesterday, thanks to the timely intervention of a sitter of babies (though ours are not exactly babies, we accepted the offer), my wife and I got to take in a matinee. While I had movies I wanted to see, none … Continue reading

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Little Girls and their Fairy Books

Perhaps it’s the writer in me, but I can be exceptionally critical both of the craft and the message of the books I’m reading to my daughters and that my eldest daughter (all of 5) is reading to herself. Right … Continue reading

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Some Strange Singer Submitted

A little while ago, I finished a story that had been around in one form or another for a few years. It’s called “Singer of a Strange Song.” It gained some traction in my creative brain when I changed the … Continue reading

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Kiss My Axe

Anyone still here? Usual “sorry I’ve been away” stuff aside, I wanted to mention my vision of Viking mayhem and adventure, Kiss My Axe: Thirteen Warriors and an Angel of Death is now available in PDF and Print. January of … Continue reading

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