Lately there's been a major buzz about print publications, copyright infringement, our education rate, and what role literature will have in the future. Luckily, it seems many people are acting out to insure a better tomorrow. The times have changed, so have publishers, news sources, print and digital technologies, as well as our educational systems. All of these things combined show three signs of hope for the future.
Sorry for the wait, but here's Part V of "Lucky Shot," a story from the lost archives.
I'm not sure what my recent obsession with King of the Hill is, so I apologize for the headline. However, I have been up to something rather cool since I've been gone. Oh, and I started a band again. (The teen me is revved up.)
More relevant at this moment is the fact I'm going to be part of a blog hop with the good folks and authors of Wild Child Publishing. (Remember Excluded?) There are two things I need to figure out here, so maybe you can decide for me.
Fear, focus, and the future. C.M. Humphries talks about writing, horror, and whatever.