Greed and Comfort

Humanity’s greatest strength is also our biggest weapon. We’re so good at innovating that most of us now live in a bubble of safety and comfort our ancestors couldn’t possibly imagine. And this trend will continue, exponentially, as our development technologies get better. Better tech leads to better innovation, which leads even better tech and … Continue reading Greed and Comfort


Follow-up Friday: 26 January 2018

What’s up, my people? Another successful week in the books! Read on to see what you may have missed and what’s been going on behind-the-scenes! ICYMI: Monday saw the release of No Name for a Sword’s Chapter Four! I’ve gotten some great feedback for this story, and I hope you all continue to enjoy it. For … Continue reading Follow-up Friday: 26 January 2018

Writer Wednesday: Criticism and Rejection

I don’t know about you, but I’m pretty sensitive about my work. I’ve been known to plot revenge on people that have criticized my writing, meticulously mapping out an Assassin’s Creed style infiltration-and-annihilation combo for those sorry souls that didn’t weep with joy at reading my beautiful prose. Okay, not really, but criticism and rejection can hurt … Continue reading Writer Wednesday: Criticism and Rejection

No Name for a Sword, Ch 4

No Name for a Sword Chapter Four Ronin Writing 22 January 2018 “No Name for a Sword” is an Asian-inspired epic fantasy told through haiku and posted in weekly installments. Follow the journey of the Nameless Swordsman as he wanders a country filled with beauty, tradition, and war on a quest to find out his name… … Continue reading No Name for a Sword, Ch 4

FFS Friday: Tolerating Intolerance

I love it when media inspires me to check myself. After all, that’s what public art is all about – the sharing of ideas and thoughtforms in ways that make us question personal truths. It’s especially exciting when these self-revelations are triggered by something totally unexpected. In this case, it was the television show Shameless. (Possible … Continue reading FFS Friday: Tolerating Intolerance