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My Master Plan: Stage 2!

Hello friends! What’s this? A post on Friday? Uh-oh, something must be up! Indeed it is. But it is good stuff, productive stuff, stuff that my friends (mostly Dave) have asked for, and stuff that will hopefully enable me to keep doing what I love to do! Namely, to entertain you through my performance and my…

Stuff that matters: Read to your kids!

In the midst of other major projects, I almost forgot to post today! I am setting myself up as a freelance narrator and voice over artist to fill the gaps between performance gigs and book signings, and that is taking a lot more work that I had counted on at first. Now, hopefully everybody here…

Episode 2: Grue – The Roanoke Sessions

(Note: This is part 2 of an ongoing series. For Episode 1, click here.) Grue liked the city. It was dark, empty, and quiet. Grue liked the dark. He felt safer in its shadows. A thick blanket of fog filled the narrow streets of the city from morning to night. It huddled in the alleyways…

Recap – Lexington Comic Con

This past weekend I was at the Lexington Comic Con to promote my first book, The Completely Inappropriate Tales of Gandersnitch the Goblin (available right now on amazon.com) I will confess that I became increasingly stressed out in the days leading up to the event, as the products I have been selling at conventions and…

Use Your Words!

As a writer, I am rather fond of words. They are the basic building blocks of my art, as much so as a potter depends on clay, or a musician needs those notes. I enjoy word play, and obscure definitions, and even on occasion, crossword puzzles. I am not a grammar Nazi, or a spelling…