Motor City

In 1958, Barry Gordy did something unheard of in America at the time: he believed he hadn’t made what he deserved. You see, Gordy was African American.  At a time when African American music was heavily influencing music, African American artists were still a rarity.  Dissatisfied, Gordy hatched upon an audacious idea: a recording label […]

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The Altar of Dravus

I’m not going to fight it. For the first time in years, I’ve found a story that truly lives and breathes of its own accord.  The story writes itself.  The characters leap from the page.  I am endlessly intrigued, and as I write I find myself consumed by my work. It’s ironic that I find […]

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Are We Alone? The Question of Aliens

Is there intelligent life elsewhere in the universe? It’s a question that has captured countless imaginations throughout history, and certainly one that bears asking. ¬†For the scientifically minded, it’s hardly a question; today, all scientific theory holds the existence of intelligent life elsewhere as an inevitability. ¬†Indeed, from the philosophical perspective, an entire universe with […]

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The Junk Drawer

Hello, dreamers.  It’s been a few weeks since I’ve posted, and for that I apologize.  However, after spending some much-needed time with my family, I have returned to my writing with fresh ideas and renewed vigor. This week in the Junk Drawer, I hit upon a truly unexpected idea: a sequel to Wide Horizon. I […]

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