One As often as he could, Francisco sat on the porch, hands resting on his plump belly, smoking a cigar. The ash of his cigars matched his thinning hair, but was a little more gray. He found the most time to smoke in the early morning. Gurkhas and Liga Privadas were the only cigars he… Continue reading TCTSD Chapter One
Before Francisco was born, his parents fucked like wild animals. When he came into the world, it was out of wedlock. His father fought in the war right after getting married, leaving behind his young son and wife. The pair lived in a small apartment with no air conditioning. It was above a bus… Continue reading This Close to Sitting Ducks, Prologue
I'm in a strange spot today. Made a stupid mistake with the first post of my novel. That should be resolved and the prologue should be up here this evening. Also, I'm starting to think about my next poetry collection. Thinking about poetry always puts me in a weird mindset. Another thing that's put me… Continue reading Journal, Dec. 18
Three weeks before the drop of my latest book, "This Close to Sitting Ducks", Facebook stopped all of my running ads and banned my account from ever creating any again. No email notification, nothing notifying me on my profile, just a red bar on my ads account that said something was wrong. For them not… Continue reading Why did Facebook ban my ads?
Ah, the feeling of a new home. My wife and I are living out of boxes and bags at the moment, waiting for a big day of moving tomorrow. I figured while I have some down time, I might as well write up a quick post. My third novel has been sent off to my… Continue reading This Close to Sitting Ducks
Hi Everyone! It's been a crazy past few weeks here in New Mexico. I finished the first draft of my third novel, Just in time to edit my second before November! While finishing up novel two, I'm also rereleasing my books with new formatting, redoing my website and social media, and starting to really dig… Continue reading Autumn Update!
The new plant in my office brought a few bugs in with it. I've been sitting here smashing the little dudes for three days. It's always dark in here, so I'm hoping the strip of LEDs is enough for the plant, but not enough for the bugs. Either that or I'll smash them all at… Continue reading Today, as a writer views it.