So apparently the third riddle was pretty difficult. It’s been nearly a year. No one has guessed the location, but I don’t want you guys to get tired of the hunt. I’ve heard a lot of your ideas, and you were all so close. So to keep you interested, I’m going to reveal the answer … More The Global Treasure Hunt: Riddle 4
This July, my mother turned seventy. She and I don’t get along too well, and that’s putting it lightly. In fact, we hadn’t spoken for two years. Regardless, seventy is a big number, so even if she was a cruel, manipulative bitch, I decided I owed her a visit. So, I stopped by her house … More My Mother’s Company
Alright guys! Sure as Stone is finally live on Amazon. You can buy the ebook here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07YN6VT6N And because I’m a generous guy, I have made a free book deal from today to October 7th. So get a free copy while you can! Also, if you haven’t yet started the series The Ashborne Chronicles, you … More Sure as Stone Out Now!
I’m currently working on cover art for my new fantasy novel Sure as Stone. Please let me know what you guys think. Hit a like if you like it. Leave me a comment if you have any advice. I appreciate it guys!
I usually don’t post about such political topics, but I’ve noticed a growing trend of disinformation and conspiracies. Frankly, people don’t know what to believe anywhere. They don’t know where to turn, and in their confusion, they turn to some poor sources of news. Having just finished my master’s dissertation on Russian manipulation of the … More How to Consume News
At long last, I have finished writing the final book to the Ashborne Chronicles. Sure as Stone will tell the final tale of Kat Ashborne as she struggles through war and deception to make her family whole once more. All I need to do is make the cover art. Then Sure as Stone will be … More Update: Two Books. One Done. One to Come.
The sparrows flitAmidst autumn grovesOf ash and of oak.Their songs slipLike a gossamer breezeThrough the branches,Whose outstretched armsEmbrace the tuneWith rosy fingers splayed. Beneath the boughs,On a bed of moss,I drift into reverie.The shade is thick,The leaves fall,And the sparrows sing on. I listen with one ear perkedAnd another nestled in dirt.Sleep will take me.Winter … More The Sparrows’ Song
For the past year I’ve lived in London, and whenever I tell people I’m from New York, they always ask me to compare the Big Apple with London. So, since I’m returning to New York today, I think it’s about time I answer that question in full. Despite there being an entire ocean between the … More New York City vs. London
Like searching backwardsInto the ever-fleeting past,Memories bright,But dimmer every day.Like gazing forwardsOver the boundless, blue sea,Where the sun setsOn crystal islesKnown only to the sand and surf.Like staring up,Beyond the black void,Where the star ways swirlInto glimmering formsWhose beautyNeither mind nor hand can grasp…Darling, I look at you.
After my trip to Athens, I took a long, albeit comfortable ferry to Santorini. Santorini is an island with several small towns. They all have something to offer, and they’re all quite charming. However, what you should know is to get from one town to the next, you either need to rent a vehicle or … More Sunny Days in Santorini