Book Review: “Nameless” by Jennifer Jenkins

NamelessA few months ago, I was excited to receive an advance copy of my friend, Jennifer Jenkins’ first novel, Nameless. Not knowing at all what to expect, I cracked it open and was treated to a fresh (and chilling) YA world full of heart-warming, passionate, and sometimes terrifying characters that all work together to build a fantastic story about courage, strength, love, betrayal, and the choice to do what’s right, even if it leads to crippling loss. My Amazon and Goodreads review: Continue reading

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Curt Schilling: Father of the Year & Anti-Cyberbullying Advocate

The RogueIn my latest post on The Rogue, I applaud retired baseball pitcher, Curt Schilling’s willingness to combat the issue of cyberbullying.

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Still Getting Hit, Still Moving Forward: My Continued Journey Toward Full Time Writing

Working On A Notebook With Hand InjuryIn my latest post on The Rogue, I discuss my ongoing writing journey, the process of landing a literary agent, and the pursuit of getting Hitting for the Cycle published.

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Looking in the Mirror: The Parenthood Series Finale

Parenthood-Family-treeIn my latest post on The Rogue, I share my thoughts, reflections, and observations following the finale of NBC’s Parenthood. (Warning: SPOILERS!)

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Tom Brady’s Deflated Balls

Deflated-footballMy latest post on The Rogue needs no introduction. And it made the front page of Patheos.com, so there’s that. Woot, woot!

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2015: Yes, Marty, We’re in the Future (But Not Quite)

The RogueIt’s the year 2015, which can only mean one thing…we’re in the future! But where are all the Hoverboards?!

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Christmas Miracles: The Elf Who Made My Daughter’s Day

Shrek Christmas 3A few days ago, I was reminded that there are still people in this world who choose to do amazingly selfless things for others, even when there’s nothing to gain for themselves. Read about it on The Rogue!

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