A few years back, I read a story about a woman who spat in the face of a soldier at the airport. I don’t know the reason why. Maybe she hated war and saw all soldiers as a symbol of ...Read More »
This year, I had the pleasure of traveling to Alaska for the 2016 DoD Worldwide Visual Storytelling ...
There were four powerful and emotional moments when I was brought to tears while attending the 2016 ...
In anticipation of the release of my upcoming novel, Jump, I wanted to offer some answers on a few q...
I’ve already published a thorough marketing strategy with a calendar outlining specific deadli...
I am giving away 10, exclusive, pre-release paperback copies of Jump for FREE to any blogger/reviewe...
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SALEM, Ohio – Rifle marksmanship is like performing surgery. There’s a method used to accomplish both. The only difference is when surgery is performed correctly, the person at the other end lives. That’s the world that Lt. Col. J. Cletus ...Read More »
I was tagged by a fellow author across the Atlantic ocean to take part in this Blog Hop: Scottish literary author John Logan, whose novel, “The Survival of Thomas Ford” I reviewed on my blog last year. The fun behind ...Read More »
“In the end, if we do everything wrong, but he’s born healthy and alive, then none of that matters.” This is what I used to say all the time leading up to the birth of our first son, Phoenix. In a way, ...Read More »
My wife often accuses me of not listening to her, but that’s because she doesn’t understand my brain. I have a hypothesis about my brain, and I think most guys’ brains are the same way… Listening is like riding a ...Read More »
Note: This is a chapter excerpt from my upcoming novel, JUMP. This is a work of fiction. — Protesters. It didn’t matter what religion you were, what political lever you pulled, whether you smoked marijuana or were against it, ...Read More »