7:48 pm7:48 pm

The Upside…?

By |May 7th, 2020|Categories: General, Thoughts|0 Comments

I had intended to write this month a blog post laced with wit and levity in regards to the pandemic we currently find ourselves in. It was going to be in the form of a Top Ten List, a countdown citing the positive side to this tense and cautious time. […]

5:15 am5:15 am

Dear Mr. Lipton,

By |April 2nd, 2020|Categories: General, Thoughts|0 Comments

Inspiration can often be found at unexpected times, in unexpected places. While on a walk in a familiar neighborhood.  In the kitchen cooking dinner. Or while watching a talk show, on Bravo. […]

7:18 pm7:18 pm

Progress, Not Perfection

By |March 4th, 2020|Categories: General, Thoughts, Writing|2 Comments

Keeping a journal is one of the most valuable developmental tools at a writer’s disposal, or anyone’s for that matter. […]

4:42 am4:42 am

So, What’s Next?

By |February 7th, 2020|Categories: General, Publishing|4 Comments

Being a self-publishing author sometimes involves a bit of schizophrenia; the personality of a writer tends to differ from that of a publisher, and often the twain shall meet. […]

8:36 pm8:36 pm

Once…or Twice

By |January 1st, 2020|Categories: Reading, Thoughts, Writing|0 Comments

Like my last post, this one was inspired by a movie I recently watched. I’ll get to what movie that was in moment. First, I’d like to go on a bit about what I understand of literature. Specifically, the literary genre. […]

4:45 am4:45 am

Q & A

By |December 17th, 2019|Categories: Writing|0 Comments

I recently watched the movie Yesterday, hooked by the concept, and the fact that I’m a fan of The Beatles. It was a good film; strong performances from everyone in it. My one criticism is best summed up by the Rotten Tomatoes blurb, “…a sweetly charming fantasy with an intriguing – albiet somewhat under-explored – premise.” […]

5:11 am5:11 am

A Little Help, Please

By |November 9th, 2019|Categories: General, Publishing, Writing|0 Comments

There was a time, not too long, when a publisher would nurture a promising author’s talent. Books would often be released on a writer’s potential, forgiving their yet to be fully realized skills. Publishers, editors, and agents were the first bastion of hope and support for those of us longing to share their words. […]

6:54 pm6:54 pm

In Pieces

By |October 2nd, 2019|Categories: General, Publishing, Writing|0 Comments

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about an old friend. He was a composer; one of the finest musical minds I’ve personally known. He primarily wrote for orchestra, but he could also write jazz and pop with the best of them. We had many stimulating conversations about art and aesthetics; […]

4:04 pm4:04 pm

Things Fall Apart

By |August 30th, 2019|Categories: General, Publishing, Writing|9 Comments

Have you ever woke up in the morning overwhelmed with the feeling that you’ve done it all wrong? […]

7:12 pm7:12 pm

Oh, the Irony!

By |July 31st, 2019|Categories: Writing|0 Comments

In my upcoming novel, Of Gilded Flesh, I have a chapter titled “Of Love and Irony,” wherein I write: There lies the irony of Anna’s love: She adores men for their passion of things greater than her. She would be more than happy to be second or even third on a list. Yet, her love always seems to be a question waiting for an answer that never comes. […]

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