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The Erotic In Us All

You can deny it to the heavens; take all day if you want. The truth, to my mind, will never change. Every human has some amount of erotic fantasy buzzing around in their head from time to time. It may even migrate to other body regions, but all in all,...

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Books are my therapy!

Whenever life starts to ram its bony elbows into my ribs, I turn to my bookshelf to resurrect a favorite book and find some needed relief. In the span of days I've already spent in our ever-mutating world, I have discovered that there is no remedy for...

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Once Upon An Ending

Ever wonder what happens to a writer when they finish writing a book? I was always curious about this phase in the creation process. You know... where energy, time and imagination have all intermingled, until a story is conceived, fleshed out and then...

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How Angels Work!

Growing up, my child's imagination was often stoked to red hot, with pictures of religious icons, like those of the martyred saints on holy cards and splashed across the stained glass windows of our church. But perhaps the most alluring to me were the...

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What Is It About Vampires Anyway?

As a writer, I don't hold myself out as an expert on anything that touches on the motivations or actions of others. That lofty position is better filled by men like Mark Twain, who seemed to have laser vision when it came to discerning motives. The first...

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"Mole Town" A Very, Very Short Tale

They weren't always blind as bats flitting through a summer twilight. In fact, most had perfect vision, perfect hearing, excellent olfactory abilities and mostly, really perfect lives. Their lives were separated into two kinds of days; really good days...

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The Peculiar Reality of Fantasy

This coming June 17th, I'm going to be a presenter, a fancy word for talking, from 12:00 to 1:00, at the upcoming "Indy PopCon", being held at the Indianapolis Convention Center. This opportunity is an unexpected honor, but one that comes with some trepidation...

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