Book Review: “Columbine”, by Dave Cullen. No Easy Answers.

Columbine.  For many Americans, this word conjures powerful words and imagery. I tend to associate the following whenever I hear the word: School shooting Bullying Jocks Trench coat mafia Outcasts Over the years, I had heard mumblings that perhaps this was the wrong narrative.  That someone, somewhere got the story wrong.  I hardly paid attention.  … Continue reading Book Review: “Columbine”, by Dave Cullen. No Easy Answers.

Lessons From my Alter Ego: Getting Out of a Prickly Place

I like to think I have an alter ego, like Clark Kent but without the superpowers.  One side to my personality resides on this site, the more creative, inspirational, and frankly more open side. The other lives in the "real world".  By that I mean the side of my personality responsible for paying the bills, … Continue reading Lessons From my Alter Ego: Getting Out of a Prickly Place

If You Build It, They Probably Won’t Come

I’ve written a book. A good book I think but of course I would say that wouldn’t I? I’ve explored self-publishing options. It’s definitely doable, by that I mean anyone with a book and a few thousand dollars to spare can absolutely self-publish. There are plenty of publishing platforms available (e.g. CreateSpace, Kindle Direct Publishing, … Continue reading If You Build It, They Probably Won’t Come