Work Schedule

7:10 am – Cup of coffee #1. Fantasy team maintenance. Finding the right Pandora station. Changing your face from “half awake” to “what’s on my computer screen is very important.” 8:00 am – Getting a jump on that project you were excited to start. Numbers are crunched. Advertisements are made. Much chin stroking is done. 9:00 […]

When writing really matters

A writer is always hoping to save humanity, whether he/she wants to admit it or not. We write with a hope that someone, somewhere, will read what we have written and be impacted in just the right way. Yet in this world of 140 characters and pictographic countdowns, it gets awfully hard for me to […]

Aimee Chapter 2

Aimee I knew even then that the General and the Counsel were planning by role for Contribution. I started working for them almost immediately after I finished my schooling. They have me operate as a sort of advisor between the Counsel and the Camp denizens. On most days I’m instructed to roam the camp, meeting […]

Aimee Chapter 1

This is the beginning of a piece I’ve been pondering over for a while now. Obviously, it’s a “to be continued” situation unless I hit a dead end or get bored with the project. The working title right now is “Camp 42” which is an awful title and will surely be changed. Aimee My name […]

To be pliable or to be uncompromising, that’s such a difficult question

There are two factors we all subconsciously weigh when confronted with new information; do I allow it to impact and change the way I think, or do I stand skeptical and not let it infringe on my current understanding of the world? A simpler, and perhaps counter-rhetorical way of saying this, is: do I allow […]