Back when I was working on Arise I needed something terrible to have happened to Wilford to explain why he is the way he is. Basically, I needed a monster, something that his DHS team stumbled upon and it shredded them. I wanted it to be a native New Mexican monster but aside from Navajo … Continue reading New Mexico Paranormal
I’ve been a fan of Lego since I was old enough to put brick on brick and make – well – two bricks. Over the years I built up quite the collection and when I left college I gave the kit and kaboodle to a friend who had a four year old son. That was … Continue reading Lucha Libre, Lego, and Legends
“The Clock Man” is a story I started thinking about a while back. I quickly realized it wasn’t quite long enough to be a full-length novel, but was far too long to be a simple short story. It’s currently sitting at about 20k words with an estimated 5-10k more to go. That puts it full-on … Continue reading Word counts and what’s on the menu?
I’ve only been to Hawaii once, about six years ago. It was a beautiful place and about as alien to a desert dweller such as myself as you’re likely to get. We have volcanoes out here, but they all blew up millenia ago so we’re left with cones and big rocks. Hawaii has active volcanoes. … Continue reading Book Review – Hawaiian Lei of Shrunken Heads by Katerina Sestakova Novotna