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Hello, I Must be Going

The other day, I unexpectedly bumped into a person from high school, who I haven’t seen in many, many years.  It was awkward, to say the least.  I tried to cut the conversation short, excuse myself, and get back to present life; however, it was obvious that he wanted to take me hostage and walk […]

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The Red Monkey Lounge. Where is it?

Wow, it’s been more than a few days since my last post.  I always seem to fall behind on things when I’m in a writing project.  I’m currently  in the middle of writing a screenplay.  A comedy, which I discovered is pretty challenging.  Coincidentally, I met two stand-up comics last week, and they agreed that […]

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Short Story: Cradles Pond

Hello again, Since I received such a great response from my last post, I decided to post another short story.  This short was first published in Readerjack.  Enjoy! “Cradles Pond” (4,717 words).   When a father and his son go missing at Cradles Pond, the small town sheriff and his deputy begin their investigation.  The law […]

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There Is No Finish Line

I believe each one of us has a special goal and or dream that we wish fulfilled.  Some goals/dreams may achievable and some may not, depending on the window of opportunity and other various factors.  Perhaps, you’ve openly shared your aspirations, letting everyone know your charted course, or, perhaps, you’ve kept your dream private, personal, […]

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Inspiration Through Fashion

This week, I went to the de Young Museum in San Francisco and experienced The Fashion World Of Jean Paul Gaultier: From The Sidewalk To The Catwalk. Truthfully, I really didn’t know too much about him, except that he designed the stage wardrobe for Madonna’s Blonde Ambition Tour (cones should come to mind) and created […]

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Self-Promotion in Motion

What if everything you love disappeared? Born from Ashes is a modern-day story about love, loss, hope, and redemption, set in San Francisco. When Miles Burns, a twenty-five-year old, uninspired writer discovers infidelity in his relationship, he begins his social descent, losing his girlfriend, place of residence, bookstore job, and best friend. Financial desperation leads […]

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Back in the Bay

It’s been a week since I spent the weekend in L.A. and, if you ever wanna get a new perspective of the city you live in (and possibly yourself), all you need to do is take a break from it and shake up your routine.  Needless to say, I’m not taking anything away from Los […]

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My L.A., “Weak-end” Trip

I spent last weekend in Los Angeles and, to be honest, things didn’t go as planned, beginning with the swampy-hot weather, the kind of weather that keeps your face glossy and wilts your clothes, and the only footwear I brought were my cowboy boots.  Cowboy boots in L.A.?  Yes, cowboy boots.  Anyway, being a guest, […]

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Under a San Francisco Sky

Sometimes, most of the time, I explore the city without any real destination; I just go and see where I’ll end up and take a few pictures along the way. I hope you enjoy them. I thought this one was also pretty cool. Now, here’s something different… Hollywood made a movie of this place some […]

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Day Tripping at the S.F. Zoo

I was driving around the city the other day and found myself at the zoo and took some  pictures.  I should’ve taken more, but, at times, I was too lost in the moment to think of anything other than the animals. Now, here are some real ones….   Then, there were these guys. These guys […]

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