A Dog’s Purpose Part 1: Belle

Have you ever watched or read “A Dog’s Purpose”? It’s such a sad, yet heartwarming movie. You KNOW the dog’s spirit is immortal and will keep coming back, but every time he dies, it’s still tragic, because you’re feeling the loss of the owner. It sucks losing a dog.  For those who read my entry […]

From Excelsior to Stratos

The following is a research paper I wrote for English 102 at The College of Southern Nevada’s Spring 2014 semester. As part of the research, I secured a phone interview with the legendary retired Colonel Joseph Kittinger. I’d rank this memory as one of the greatest in my life, right below getting married and sitting […]

Meeting My Soulmate and How You Could Meet Yours

In my thirst for knowledge to further my writing, I attended a free class held by local writer Maxwell Alexander Drake at the Centennial Library. At the end of the class, a small group wanted to go out to eat. I joined them and met a wonderful woman by the name of Desirea (The A […]

Memories: Storytelling Now

In my last post about storytelling as a child, I wrote about how I had previously attempted to write a novella and it was pretty juvenile. In the years after, I messed with storytelling in other mediums such as film and games, but I hadn’t thought writing again until I had been going through a […]