Monthly Archives: August 2011

Book Review: Seabiscuit, An American Legend

I’m going to go ahead and assume that most of you aren’t fans of horse-racing, so trust me, I was skeptical too. When I opened up to the first page of the novel I was ready for a ton of … Continue reading

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Nature’s Lament

With the water’s edge, mother nature is receding. The world, once covered in life, struck by man. Spiraling in to darkness, the trees are bleeding, and mourning their brothers, who couldn’t have ran. Trees fall in the forest, leaving no … Continue reading

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I’ve learned a lot about myself over the past two and a half years of writing. I’ve learned that my writing reminds people of Douglas Adams and of J.R.R. Tolkien. I’ve learned that I know how to write. Most importantly, … Continue reading

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Overplanning and Setting Projects Aside

Currently I find myself in a tight spot with my writing. Often times I’ve been known to be obsessive compulsive and I rarely under-do things. Because of this, I have rough plot lines and character ideas for over 20 novels … Continue reading

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For the past two weeks I’ve been in Florida on the vacation of a lifetime. I went to Universal Studios, Sea World, Aquatica (Sea World’s Water Park), and Disney World: The Magic Kingdom, The Animal Kingdom, Blizzard Beach, Hollywood Studios, … Continue reading

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