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The Unremarkable Little Tree

In a rolling green valley behind the hills just outside of town, the first cold night of the holiday season awakens rows of beautiful dark green trees from their summertime slumber. Trees of all kind, from cedar and spruce to pine and fir grow in this very special place. Through their stately boughs...
December 2nd, 2014 | The Latest | Read More

The Sins of The Family: Chapters Five and Six

 Chapter Five The Judge and The Accused   Cantu hung up the phone and looked at the man in white through tired eyes. “From what I can tell, Gomez sang a bit, but it could have been much worse. Can you fix it?” asked Cantu. The man in white puffed thoughtfully on his pipe and blew a few smoke...
October 21st, 2014 | The Latest | Read More

Exit Planet Dust

So there is some dust around here, links to pages published years ago dripping with the wide-eyed wonderment of an optimistic younger version of myself at the wheel. For a moment I considered deleting them, there is some really sketchy shit contained on those pages, but then I saw them for what they...
May 29th, 2014 | The Latest | Read More

The Sins of The Family; Chapter Four: The Calm Before the Storm

Chapter Four The Calm Before the Storm Mattie and Alaric walked from the Cadillac to a large patio bursting with giant green philodendron and the unmistakable fragrance of jasmine. A small table played host to three men playing dominoes pausing only briefly to look up at them as they passed, nodding...
May 29th, 2014 | The Latest | Read More

The Sins of The Family; Chapter Three: One Last Stop

Chapter Three One Last Stop And I feel that time’s a wasted go, so where ya goin’ to tomorrow? And I see that these are lies to come. So would you even care? -Plush, Stone Temple Pilots     “Honk three times.” Said Mattie Alaric complied and the gate to Garcia’s Salvage and Towing...
May 29th, 2014 | The Latest, The Writing | Read More

Spotify and the second golden age of music discoveries

Back then it was called Napster and it was the shizz. If you hadn’t tried it, you had heard of it, and when you heard about it, you couldn’t believe it. All the music you could ever hope to listen to, for free and there for the taking. Now pirating music is a no-no and I think we all had...
July 30th, 2011 | The Latest | Read More

The Return of The Red Pound

Way back before affordable broadband and the wide variety of platforms that use it today, I worked on an idea…a website really, it must have been around 1997. The content of my little site was really just zine stuff, but way down deep at the core of it, the idea was to publish my own writing and...
July 9th, 2011 | The Latest | Read More

The QR Code and How I plan to use it

QR for my FBThe QR Code: A great idea but will it catch on in real life? I show people what this curious little piece of technology does and it is as if I’ve produced a rabbit from a hat. Don’t believe me? Grab your smart phone and if you have an app such as REDLASER for iPhone and scan the...
July 8th, 2011 | The Latest | Read More

What is the #4TrackDemo

The #4TrackDemo, a crazy idea to get the word out. For those of you who are new to my writing, this is my sample collection of the styles or genres that I have work in, well the first four at least. Way back in my wild band days, before you could burn a CD from your computer, typically someone would...
June 26th, 2011 | The Latest | Read More