Greetings and welcome.
I'm an American writer from southern Indiana. I studied at Indiana University Southeast and graduated from Penn Foster Career School with a diploma in freelance writing. I'm the author of the short story collections Hard Luck and Under the Willow Tree and the books Moonshiner’s Justice and Brothers of the Mountain: Heart of the Frontier. View my entire bibliography on my Amazon Author Page. And if you have a moment, tell all your friends and family that you were here by sharing on Facebook, Twitter, and all your other favorite social media sites.
Now that we have the formalities out of the way let me just say I'm glad you stopped by. This blog, website, whatever you want to call it is a place that really has no rhyme or reason. I come here myself every so often to post whatever it is I want to post. It's not really a "writing advice" blog where you'll obtain insightful information about the craft of writing (boring). It isn't a place to come when you're looking for writing inspiration. I don't know what this place is, really. I created this blog in 2011 not knowing what I was doing, and here I am all these years later still not knowing what the hell I'm doing.
I guess this place serves as a lonely spot on the Internet to let you know I exist--for what that's worth--as a writer who writes because...well...because I have to. I've been scribbling in notebooks for as long as I can remember. It's a passion, I guess, an obsession that I can't shake. If you're a writer, or an artist of any kind, then you know what I'm talking about.
I do have a few posts that you might find interesting, useful, or a waste of your time. Regardless, I'm glad you stopped in.