The idea of sensory deprivation tanks has interested me for years. It’s also known as Float Therapy, floating, or REST (Restricted Environmental Stimulation Technique) therapy. This past weekend, I finally had the opportunity to try it at the Theta Float Spa in Springfield, MO in a pod similar to the one pictured. To be perfectly … Continue reading SENSELESS – My first time in a Sensory Deprivation Tank
Please note: In this post, I use my own invested time, money, and prices, but this is going to apply to almost any author out there, especially the self-published ones such as myself. A good friend of mine recently posted a link to my latest book, Redemption’s Edge, on Facebook. One of his friends commented … Continue reading Is It Worth the Price?
There’s a new literary bird in the wild! This past weekend, I released Redemption’s Edge, another fantasy novel, unrelated to the Far Land Trilogy. Here is the back cover blurb: The most unrelenting evil of all is the one which believes itself good. An unintended evil stalks the land, gathering countless victims to itself as … Continue reading New Release!!
So, I took a bit of a detour in my writing. I had a title pop into my head, “Life 2.0.” As soon as the title started rattling around in my brain, I knew it would be a self-help book. Now, I’m not a self-help guru. My chosen genres are fantasy and science fiction. I’m … Continue reading My Latest Project: Life 2.0
So, I didn’t get around to watching Ready Player One in the theaters. My first experience with it was renting it on HBO via Amazon Prime. After I’d watched it (twice), I immediately went out to the store and bought the DVD. Yes, I love this movie. Not only am I amazed at the technological … Continue reading Two Mistakes in Ready Player One (the movie) Only an Editor Would Notice
Have you ever heard someone say that this thing or that thing, or doing this activity or that one, gives them joy? Would it surprise you very much to know that, technically, they’re wrong? I know what you must be thinking. How can I possibly know what gives another person joy? Well, it’s because, quite … Continue reading Life’s Little Alphabet – ‘J’ is for Joy
Albert Einstein once said, “Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.” Or to put it more simply, imagination has been, and will be, the driving force behind every discovery … Continue reading Life’s Little Alphabet – ‘I’ is for Imagine
Help. It’s such a small word, and yet it can have such a profound impact on our lives. How much of our lives have we depended on receiving help from others? For the first few years of our lives, we need help to do practically anything at all. Then, as we grow, we start learning … Continue reading Life’s Little Alphabet – ‘H’ is for Help