MAPLE PARK, Ill., — Three horses trotted, kicking up clouds of dust in the enclosed arena, as men and women took turns directing them into designated “pockets.” They worked in pairs, each time trying a new method. Some clapped. Others ...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...
It’s true. I took a class at the University of Pittsburgh once taught by (now) deputy editor for the New York Times Magazine, Joel Lovell. You’re probably thinking, “Come on! You expect me to believe that? Why didn’t you use ...Read More »
My son bought me a Lego Ninja for Christmas. It’s attached to a keyring, and the feet light up like two mini flashlights when you press the logo on his chest. Phoenix was two years old when he picked it ...Read More »
(Feature photo by Rainy-Lain) Christians often say that non-believers have a Christ-shaped hole in their heart. That once you accept Jesus, that endless pit will be filled. As though, once you accept Jesus, you will have complete satisfaction and contentment ...Read More »
(Feature photo by apolonn) Reading a literary short story is often like reading a mystery. The only difference is that in every mystery, all the answers are revealed at the end, while in literary fiction, the reader is often left ...Read More »
(Feature photo source: Aloba) I’ve never been much a fan of outline formats and skeleton drawings when it comes to writing. I remember being taught this form back in college during composition writing classes. I could never do it. Even ...Read More »
I want to begin by saying that I’m not an expert, but an addict. Not a therapist, but a patient. I wouldn’t call myself a victim, but an accomplice. I’ve been addicted to pornography ever since I was a teenager. ...Read More »