Wrong Mail Box Fiancées wedding shower.
I am the solitary man at this gathering,
Unaware that men are not
Invited to these things,
The outing I have devised for later
For my future bride:
Italian Bistro and “Will Rogers Follies” For now I wander the dimly lit cavernous halls of the church,
For it is Saturday, and we are saving power, says the diminutive pastor.
I ponder the life I am about to begin
With my true love
My soul mate
Two lost souls swi
Well, it’s finally here. The short story compilation has arrived, and thanks to Jack Johnson I have a fun promotional video to show it off: The synopsis of each story in the collection is as follows: “Rust” – Mars is now a prison mining colony where each prisoner has their own mine…and their own robot warden. “Shade” – A lone astronaut is marooned on a harsh world where the sunlight can kill, but the horrid thing living in the only shade may be worse. “Baphomet” – There is n
Shane Koyczan speaks to the core of the issue of bullying. (Photo credit: John Biehler) I usually don’t do this, but this poem by Shane Koyczan struck a nerve with me. Recently I have been dredging up my own demons in writing my latest novel The Painful Best because my protagonist is the result of one event cascading into several other bad events that end up ruining his life. He is an exploration of what might have happened to me if the right people (and Jesus) didn’t get