William Faulkner, the writer of such tales as Absalom, Absalom and The Sound and the Fury, once admitted his profession was a solitary job. No one can […]
Vacant funeral home stirs the imagination
Developer still hasn’t announced its plans for 733 Mt. Pleasant Road
Horror still doesn’t get respect
I stepped through the doors of Ten Editions to be greeted by the sweet smell of aged books.
The origins of my paranormal interests
For a writer, understanding culture and observing it are two essential skills they need to possess. Of course, that’s just my opinion, but read any […]
Using bullying to illustrate a novel
These days almost everyone admits they were bullied at some point during their school life.
The descent of arts reporting
Where’s Brian Linehan when you need him?
There needs to be a book on the history of supermodels
It occurred to me the other day that there aren’t a lot of books on the history of supermodels, other than the token coffee table […]
One great idea after another
It seems even with age my imagination does not deteriorate.
Reckoning, not revenge
One of the recurring themes in my fiction writing is that of vindication.
The face of immortality
In the past year, I’ve come to recognize what immortality really is.