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November 21, 2019

Forgot to sneak this in with the last post.

What I most miss about life before the Howling Pit (aka Web 2.0) is non-monetized hobbies, or even being free from the desire to monetize hobbies. Now, there's limits to this, like the semi-pro press magazine world (I'm thinki...

November 20, 2019

One. I haven’t deleted Twitter, but I’m back to being off it, only to monitor DMs for folks with whom that’s my primary source of contact. I’ll post to it when I have a new update here or something valuable to say or a new product to sell because the Howling Pit hunger...

March 25, 2019

I know. I owe you some of that free hashtag relatable content. Didn't put up the collection of last week's interesting links. But hey, you're getting this for free, right?

I mean free in that all it costs you is time and mental energy. And if you've been Extremely Onlin...

January 30, 2019

I used to be a pretty big fan of Quentin Tarantino, it's true. In the early 90s? It was hard not to. Okay, things got a little shaky after watching CITY ON FIRE, but RESERVOIR DOGS is not that film and vice versa. Sure, it would've been nice to get some kind of nod. I...

January 9, 2019

So in my starting on this new project, I've done more than my fair share of thrashing around. A lot. Way worse than QUEEN OF NO TOMORROWS. I guess the sophomore slump is a real thing. Or I'm letting it be real. Whichever.

This has led me down some sorta dark paths. Some...

July 6, 2018

Marketing sucks. There. I said it. Daydreaming is great. Research is great. Writing is great. Editing is something that I do but I'm no good at. Posting updates to my blog and to social media is not so great but whatever.

But marketing sucks. It's the worst, the most aw...

June 11, 2018

So let's talk real quick about another of the fun little symptoms induced by the Howling Pit. It's a thing I've seen for as long as I've been on the internet (which far predates the Long September of 1994 or was it 1996?). 

Movies, and frankly, games and comics and stor...

June 5, 2018

I'm trying to think about when it was all possible. When the last time that was.

Probably before I launched STRANGEWAYS, when you could debut a graphic novel into the comics marketplace with no name other than the artist doing covers (Steve Lieber). There's been times b...

May 23, 2018

(San Francisco Bay out to the ocean, from the Golden Gate, 2004) 

A couple days ago, I turned in final edits on my first novel. Okay, not my first novel, but the first novel I've written that will be published by someone other than myself. I'm sure there's a little clea...

December 11, 2017

I used to think this was all a good idea.

Wait. Let's back up. Let's go with the spirit of the season in America, 2017. I'll write this entry keeping that in mind. Buckle up.

Careerwise, things are going great. Couldn't be better. 

There. That's the big one out of the way...

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