It’s been a long and busy day, but I wanted to get a brief post online before I go upstairs and collapse. I spent the day watching all sorts of genre peeps down at Phoenix Comicon and wishing I was there. Instead, I went to the high school graduation of … Continue reading
Writing is a lonely existence much of the time. Because certain life situations have made it difficult to travel to conventions over the past decade, it’s easy to feel out of touch with the rest of the SFF community. That’s why events like the mass author signing at Poisoned Pen … Continue reading
I’ve been goofing around with Myers-Briggs personality types lately. I test consistently as INTP, which explains a lot, actually. One of the characteristics of INTP is zealously getting into an idea. Until we get bored with it, which doesn’t always take long. It neatly explains why I’m interested … Continue reading
Are you still using an account called “admin” to log into the dashboard of your WordPress site? I’ve seen thousands of login attempts by hackers, so I recently changed my login account by creating a new administrative-level user.
This video will walk you through the process. the only thing it … Continue reading
As I grow more weary of reading about the Great Science Fiction Civil War and the Battle of the Hugos, I’m turning inward and ramping up my own idea factory. I haven’t posted on my own writing for what seems like ages, so today it’s a little about where I’m … Continue reading
The Great Science Fiction Civil War, Part 6
In Which I Express My Frustration
While the conflict in SFF has been going on for a few years, since the beginning of the Battle of the Hugos, things have become particularly … Continue reading
Here is some stream of consciousness about turning fifty, without editing or correction of typos, of which I am sure there will be plenty.
This morning, I woke up to discover that I have lived half a century. Having been all the ages younger than fifty, I know what … Continue reading
When you live in the heart of Arizona like I do, temperatures under 100 degrees Fahrenheit are nothing to sneeze at. Except they are. When the mercury finaly breaks in the fall, it’s a welcome relief to both your body and your check book. Winter, well, we had 10 days … Continue reading
Barry Manilow – One Last Time
With Dave Koz
Last night, I went with my wife to see Barry Manilow in concert. Like a lot of guys, I’m not really all that into his music. Judging … Continue reading