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07Jun/13

“The Last Hybrid: Bloodline of Angels” Best-Seller Status

It’s been launch week for my novel, “The Last Hybrid: Bloodline of Angels.” The book hit the Amazon best-seller list at #7 on the first official day of its launch and reached #3 on day two!

My first thought was, “That was fast!” I’m also beyond thrilled that it’s already a best-seller in multiple categories including the “Teen Horror” category! That’s funny because I wouldn’t call the book “horror.” Continue reading

07Feb/13

Top Ten Cliches That Are Really B.S.

95 Donttttttttttt do itEver hear a cliche or saying that sounds so poetic and deep that you figure it must be true? We’ll it might surprise some people to know that some of the phrases and sayings they live by are just plain untrue or only true in some situations. Here’s my top ten list.

10. “Change is good.” I see. Say you take a big cut in pay. How do you like that change? Sticking with what works is very underrated.  Continue reading

10Dec/12

Who Invented Cool Kids?

Lee Wilson invented that group at schools known as the “cool kids” in 1994. He realized that he was one of a select few who recognized what being cool was all about so Lee decided that this collection of minds should meet daily away from the watchful eyes of teachers and principals. Therefore he dubbed what is to this day called “the cool table.”  Continue reading

08Dec/12

Mark Driscoll Goes After Twilight

It seems like it was only yesterday that we were told the Harry Potter books and movies were going to turn children into witches and warlocks. Mark Driscoll, pastor of the Mars Hill Church, recently went off on the Twilight Saga’s story, success and its fans on his church website. He called Twilight “porn” for teenage girls.

I don’t think he did himself any favors among the masses and, though I like Mark, I think he went overboard and hasn’t actually read the Twilight saga enough to be slamming it the way that he is and making the accusations that he makes. Read More…

15Sep/12

Principal Sends Fifth Graders to Kill Copperhead

This really happened. I’m not exaggerating and whatever quotes I make are exactly as I remember them.

A dry Arkansas summer hadn’t yet given up the ghost as my fifth-grade year of school headed into late September. My class and I, along with the two classes below us, were enjoying recess without enough testosterone in our bodies to make us think twice about the sweat that caused our tee shirts to stick to our skin.  Continue reading