The Last Ten Posts
- Language (it’s a Virus from Outer Space, but that’s not really relevant to this post)
- To Boldly Go
- Whacking away, with cake
- A Birthday, A Movie, Forest J Ackerman and something yummy called a Double Mexicana
- Amazon Breakthough Novel Awards Quarterfinals – Brothers In Darkness Free Excerpt
- Amazon Breakthrough Update: And the Round Two Winners Are….
- Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award, and other writing stuff
- A bit of research for the upcoming book
- My Customer Service Nightmare
Monthly Archives: July 2011
After going on Friday for five of the last six years, the ever increasing crowds finally won. I went on Thursday. I’d expected much thinner crowds, but I had also expected the Festival to not really have its act together. … Continue reading
Teaser – The Titanic Tale of Oregon Brewers Festival 2011, coming soon! Fun, photos and flights of fancy! A walk through Portland! A visit to Powells! All will be revealed in these very pages! Stay tuned True Believer!
While I enjoyed the first few seasons, the television series “ER” still started out on my bad side when it introduced Noel Wyley as Doctor John Carter. I understood that its a common name, but the name John Carter would … Continue reading
The Signal – In which I blather on about various movies and books before finally getting to the point and offering a mini-review of the 2007 film. I enjoyed Stephen King’s 2006 novel “Cell”. It told of a pulse transmitted … Continue reading
Edgar Rice Burroughs is most famous for his creation, “Tarzan of the Apes”. It featured “Lord Greystoke”, a British noble orphaned at birth and raised by the somewhat sentient creatures of the jungles of West Africa. Burroughs wrote 26 Tarzan … Continue reading
My new YCN article reflecting on Raymond Chandler’s Phillip Marlowe can be found here.
From college on, I’d long been a fan of boxing. I went to painfully brief pay per view parties featuring Mike Tyson fights. My best friend Jan was a huge boxing fan, and in Raleigh we regularly rented PPVs. We … Continue reading