Vid of the Week — Jeff Daniels


“You have to outwork everyone else on the show.”



Do your work. And then when your opportunity arrives, knock it out of the park.

Check out Sam Jones’s YouTube channel The Off Camera Show here.


Create and Complete.

Have a productive day.

Vid of the Week — Henry Rollins


“I don’t have talent, I have tenacity. I have discipline, I have focus.”

“The America is not a place you live in, it’s the video game you survive…I survive America despite what it wants to do to people like me.”

Henry Rollins


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The New Literature


Realism has become moot. It’s not worth it anymore to paint a picture with your words of what a barn looks like unless there’s a character behind the description and so a point to your picturing; and even if those pictures are bleak and dismal—painted to evoke a sense of sadness or to be used as a backdrop to show the unfair or horrible world we live in—it’s senseless to show this without the mind behind it to ponder and question it or a heart behind it to strive against the bleak and dismal. Continue reading

Book Review: ‘Census’ by Jesse Ball



Set in a timeless, nameless place, Census is about a man who, upon hearing that he has only months to live, quits his job as a surgeon to work as a census taker, going on the road with his last living relative, his young son. The premise of this story immediately drew me in.  Continue reading


Today, taking a break from reading on my first home’s front porch, I squinted to the wind and smiled at the front yard’s fence. My father built the fence when I was little. What a perfect piece of my past to use in my book. Continue reading

Stephen Knows

Originally posted on irevuo: The King has always been the sort of writer who can release one bestseller after another. He has sold more than 350 million copies of his works. Wouldn’t that be nice? To be able to sell that many books? To be that productive? Well, in 2002 King temporarily gave up on writing…

via Stephen King’s 10 Best Tips for Becoming a Phenomenal Writer — Cristian Mihai

Book Review: Daily Writing Resilience



On my way home from work I decided to stop in to the occult bookstore in my neighborhood. I’m not an occult person but I’m always fascinated by what the occult represents to me–unconscious, spiritual, and symbolic reckonings–and since I feel that what I do is in a way magical, I like to look around this store when I’m feeling a little lost. You see, that day I felt the need to seek help from the universe. These last few months I’d been doing little writing and much reflecting about who I am, what I want to say, and what I want to do with the rest of my life. You could call it a mid-life crisis, I call it a breather. Continue reading

Easter Eggs Benedict


Good morning!

I love easter eggs. Who didn’t love tromping through their own backyards searching for brightly colored eggs which may or may not have contained chocolate, candy, money, or other minuscule delights?



So in the spirit of the holiday, I’ve put easter eggs in every one of the pictures on my posts from today on back. Just click on the pic and be wicked away to complete randomness! My gift to you.

Try it and enjoy!