November 8, 2019

Vitally Crucial Finger Crossing (Essay 980 Word Count)

Here’s a little ditty about just how superstitious most people are, and that includes yours truly by the way.                                                                Word Count: 980     Vitally […]
October 25, 2019

Wishing For Something That’s Sort of In-Between (Essay-815 WC)

This is an essay that I had published in the local newspaper (Silverton Standard & Miner) yesterday. I like giving the occasional essay to the newspaper […]
October 11, 2019

Horror That Fascinates You (Essay Re-Post, 1116 Word Count)

This is an essay that was originally published in October of 2017. Since the home renovations are taking all my free moments at the present time, […]
September 27, 2019

Making a Deal With Your Devil (Short Story – 2601 Word Count)

  Now for something totally different! This short story was originally written way back in 2015, but I’ve recently taken the story and updated it. Adding a […]
September 13, 2019

Eccentricity on Full Public Display (Essay Re-Post, 992 Word Count)

This essay was originally posted to my Blog on 9/14/18. The week after I participated in the Raven NarrativeLive Storytelling sessions last year on September 7th. […]
August 29, 2019

Something I Should’ve Done a While ago (Essay, 926 Word Count)

  Word Count: 926                                     Something I Should’ve Done […]
August 16, 2019

The Ultimate Travel App, (Essay Re-Post, 744 Word Count)

This is an essay that was originally published in April of 2016. I’m right in the middle of writing a short story whose deadline is August […]
August 2, 2019

The Soothing Charms of Hiking to Timberline (Essay Re-Post, 696 Word Count)

This is an essay that was published in the local newspaper here in Silverton last year at this time. What a difference a year makes. At […]
July 19, 2019

All Mediocre Things Thankfully come to an End (Essay, 1185 Word Count)

My running career has come to an end. Granted, I still go for the occasional run just to stay in shape, but racing has totally disappeared […]