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The Dark Tower — Great Film, Great Introduction

I posted the following review over on Facebook after finally seeing The Dark Tower today. If you don’t want spoilers, put down your computer, go to the film and then come back and read what I’ve written below. *** The … Continue reading

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Planning For Success

Planning. It’s all about planning. I don’t know why I struggle with this concept. I’m where I am today precisely because I planned certain aspects of my life about 33 years ago. It doesn’t matter which ones (since they’re personal and … Continue reading

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Heading To The Dark Tower

The first screen adaptation of Stephen King’s Dark Tower debuts next week, and it doesn’t stretch the truth to say I’ve waited a long time for this moment, as I’ve been reading King since he first came onto the scene with … Continue reading

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Resumption: Endings and Beginnings (2)

As part of my new journey, I’m resumed the “century push-up challenge” started by Kate Bachus at the beginning of 2017. That involved doing 100 push-ups over the course of 100 days, adding one push-up to the total done each … Continue reading

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Venting, 10-26

I’m going to try something new here, specifically so I don’t keep negative thoughts in my head and also so I don’t unnecessarily present them within my writing (which I tackled again today) as the opinions and viewpoints of my … Continue reading

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New Reprint

Digital Fiction Publishing has put out a Kindle edition of “Ye Shall Eat in  Haste” as part of its digital fiction horror shorts. If you’d like to see the story that sets the stage for my novel, Only The Dead … Continue reading

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Past, Present, Future

Last year was a year for transitions. Lost my job. Laid off because the new owner wanted to cut costs to increase their profits, and I’d worked there 22.5 years. Which sounds like I made too much money and was an … Continue reading

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