The Violence of Fire turns 1!
I began writing a new novel before I finished writing the one I have been working on for the past 2 years because, of course I did. It is the writer's curse to potentially be inundated with an infinite number of ideas, but only have a finite amount of time to write them down. Sometimes, [...]
I am sitting on my front porch, watching the robins in my neighbourhood having their nightly feast. It is really quite remarkable to behold. They aren't simply hopping around and pecking at the ground for a quick meal of worms or low laying insects. These birds are engaged in some very impressive aerial gymnastics as [...]
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The Kevin Show Episode 2 - The Writers Block - On SoundCloud
I was just thinking about what I would write for Written By Grimes' second anniversary, when lo and behold, I get the notification that it's today! (I really need to put this in my calendar) Today. I mean, wow! February 11th, 2018 was when this all started. That is some incredible stuff. I was not [...]
https://videopress.com/v/jX5n6fGt?preloadContent=metadata Pick up your copy of The Violence of Fire If you can't get enough of the Netflix hit show "You", you're going to love The Violence of Fire. My novelette, The Violence of Fire is available for purchase on Amazon. You can read it for free with Kindle Unlimited, or, if you happen to [...]
Here's to traditions old and new that will take you from 2019 into 2020. I wish you all the best in your life and writing pursuits for this new year. I wish you health, happiness, healing, and prosperity. From my heart to yours, Happy New Year!
There are two hands on the shovel One is trying to create, while the other is trying to destroy No matter the efforts of either, nothing will get done Both hands are your own. Get Out of Your Own Way
First thing this morning I see several giant crows (a murder of crows - yeah, a bit disquieting) milling around my neighbourhood and think to myself, 'huh, look at these guys. They won't even move when they hear a car coming. Jerks.' Then, I get to the train station and see this: Okay... I say [...]