Try to think of the last movie that you bought in store and brought home to watch? I completely understand if it takes you a moment to remember. I really had to think about it too. And honestly...I'm just as surprised as you. Photo by Dlawton, https://dvdcover.com/cats-2019-r0-custom-dvd-cover-label/ I was doing some decluttering the other day … Continue reading Convenience: Why some apps/brands are just easier to use than others and what that says about continued customer loyalty (Examining the success of companies like Weixin).
What began as an attempt to create an evil looking Totoro turned into this. I want to thank my daughter and her big huge imagination. If this thing ever gets published, I swore to split the money with her. So be forewarned. There is some abuse in this story. Just general mistreatment of a kid … Continue reading “Waiting for Dusk”
Believe it or not there was once a time where breast cancer awareness didn't have the huge global following/support that it does today. Although many are currently aware that October is National Breast Cancer Awareness month, I hadn't remembered hearing much about this campaign growing up--even though the first efforts to popularize the pink ribbon … Continue reading When Memes Get Real: Raising Awareness for Breast Cancer Through Internet Comedy
Photo by Anna Shvets on Pexels.com Hey all. You know, if there is one thing I've been blessed with in this world it is good vision. I'm not saying I can spot a fly on a deer's nose from five football fields away. But I can definitely see the deer, and I might even see … Continue reading Try This One On for Size: A Social Media Campaign for Glasses that Deserves a Closer Look
He's sort of a big fluffy obsession in our family. Story time: Back in 2014 my wife and I watched My Neighbor Totoro for the first time ever. Upon first viewing our initial response was "meh." Don't get me wrong. Visually it was a gorgeous movie. But the problem with the film is it ends … Continue reading Evil Totoro Teaser…
I've been on a major writing kick lately. The first novel Maiden to None has finally been sent out to beta readers. From there I will be querying/submitting to agents. Now on the wonderful chance that my story gets picked up for publication, I will have a sequel novel ready to show. The working title right now … Continue reading Chapter Headers and Updates
Still here! We had a winner this month for March. Thank you everyone for your comments. I’m at home a lot more this month so I will definitely try to get some more original stories posted. As of right now I’m in the last 14 chapters of my novel. I’ve been writing feverishly. Maiden to … Continue reading March Winner
Senior Hour by Daniel Gatlin Photo by Silviu-Costin on Pexels.com Dorothea checked the pillow beside her. Old habit. Her Robert had been gone for seven years this November. She rose slowly, ignoring the pain in her left knee as she put on her slippers. Holding steady to her walker, she boosted herself up and began … Continue reading Senior Hour
Apparently this is a hashtag on Twitter. Who knew? I find your lack of hashtags disturbing. So I thought I'd toss my hat in to the whole villain mix. This month's featured post is all about the antagonist to my first book, Maiden to None. Her name is Kember. Here's some artwork I've recently had … Continue reading March Villain Madness
I finally have some additional artwork of my titular triplets. This is Duke. His book will be the second in the series. This is Trinity. She is the heroine of book one called Maiden to None, which will be completed later this year. And here is the last one. This is Leo. His book would … Continue reading New Artwork!