Tears, laughs and confusion: I'll be posting short stories and articles on Smashwords as 99 cent ebook downloads as I finish writing them.
Follow the wacky adventures of Boson Jonson, Investigative Consultant, as he uses zen, hula hula shirts and attitude to reign in the bad guys in spite of himself.
Some say life’s a path winding through a forest of end less possibilities.
Well…we’ll see. In the meantime, Crazy Man and the dog, Sidestepper, will be following that path through the deep dark scary woods in over a hundred crazy weird episodes.
The further adventures of the strange duo.
Read only if your mind survives the first 100.
I chose to review this book because I know it’s difficult to find readers for short fiction. I didn’t have any expectations, which is fortunate, because this volume would have violated them – whatever they were. Blowing Up doesn’t fit well into any category. A mixture of satire and science fiction, spiritual pondering and scatological polemics, the book is utterly original.
Review by Lisabet Sarai, Goodreads Reviewer (Blog: Beyond Romance)
Writing Hurts Like Hell is a highly successful workshop designed for people who want to be creative but don't have time to do the things that feed creativity.
The focus is on producing a publishable novel, but the approach to creativity can be applied to any endeavor where creativity or a fresh viewpoint will make a difference, things like screen writing, proposals, grant applications, blogging, journaling, short fiction, technical writing, adult learning and…love letters. Why not?
A selection of weirdness and unforgiving humor and satire written mostly in coffee shops.
Selling a book or a board is a cool way to have your art appreciated, but when that appreciation comes from another artist, especially one of Jennifer’s stature, then you know you’re not wasting your time with those books, those drawings, those photographs.
Thank you, Jenn…I feel both humbled and proud.
The video interview at Cafe Loka was shot by my bestie, Stephanie Durelle, under gruelling circumstances…I wouldn’t stay still.
Biff Mitchell lives in a hovel at the edge of the world. He has no life. He has no friends. Neighborhood children throw stones at his hovel. At night, Biff throws stones at his hovel.
Someday Biff plans to write a book about a man who lives in a house that is stoned daily by neighborhood children who—through some magical twist of events—turn into snowmen.
When Spring arrives, the man’s house melts.
I write speculative fiction and have been successful in tricking publishers and editors into publishing just about everything I've written.
I do mindless drawings with black gel ink and have tricked a few people into buying them. (Black Gel Drawings)
I take pictures of nature and people. When I take pictures of people, I'm actually capturing their souls, which I sell on eBay. (Photography Website)
Every atom of water, fire, earth and wind.