In this episode, I discuss obscenity in art. As long as there has been art, there's been someone offended by it. But what is considered obscene, and should obscene art be banned? The podcast is available at all the usual places like iTunes Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play, and of course, at PodBean. I'd love to… Continue reading The Prometheus Project Podcast, Episode 9, is available!
I've lived in Florida for most of my life, and I've been lucky enough to survive twelve or so hurricanes. Some were much worse than others. Hurricane Micheal, for example, blew through the panhandle last year and there is still debris and damage to contend with. Dorian was one of those storms, much like Michael,… Continue reading Post-Dorian Thoughts
Due to Hurricane Dorian, I wasn't able to get the Prometheus Project Podcast recorded this weekend. My apologies. Between having to keep the website updated at the office, I was on the phone with friends and family who are closer to the storm than I am, making sure they had what they needed or were… Continue reading No Podcast This Week
The latest episode discusses who we create for. Is it ourselves, our friends and family, or an unknown audience? The podcast is available at iTunes, Spotify and Google Play. You can also access it through my hosting company, PodBean. Give it a listen and let me know what you think. I love to hear feedback,… Continue reading Prometheus Project Podcast – Ep 08 is now available!
I've seen some social media posts mocking male writers for how they write female characters. The examples I've read were...well, poorly written. The female characters were stereotypical and a bit archaic...heaving breasts, emotionally and physically weak, relying on men to do things for them. I'm not going to try and defend those descriptions. I agree,… Continue reading Writing Other Genders
The latest episode of my podcast is live. You can find it on all the usual platforms, including PodBean.
I love libraries. Growing up, I spent hours in my local libraries, roaming the aisles between the shelves, inhaling that comfortable old-book smell, pulling titles that caught my eye. I researched school papers (this was before the internet, of course) and topics for stories I wanted to write. I learned how to read the Dewey… Continue reading E-Book Drama
My beta-reader got her comments/suggestions/edits back to me, so I've started working through them to get the manuscript updated. I'm still shooting for the end of August as my publishing date. It's weird to be so damn close to the (self-imposed) deadline. I'm nervous, anxious, excited...I feel both wired and tired when I think about… Continue reading Dark Journeys Update
Join me for another episode of my podcast. This week I talk about finding your voice as an artist. You can find the podcast on iTunes, Spotify, GooglePlay, or at my hosting company, PodBean.
I have an ongoing debate with my partner about books. Specifically, about which is better...a physical book or an e-reader. I guess this is an argument that only book nerds can have. And yes, that describes us perfectly. I bought her one when they first hit the market many years ago. At the moment, I… Continue reading Paper or E-Reader?