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So, I’m doing a thing where anyone who selects Blessed Sons for their book club or a class they’re teaching is guaranteed a visit from me to discuss and answer questions. Hit me up.


Blessed Sons Now Available!

My novel “Blessed Sons” has been released and is now available on Amazon from WragsInk.

Buy. Read. Share. Review. Enjoy.

Thank you.





Blessed Sons

So, listen, my novel, Blessed Sons, is getting published and will be out soon. Reading and signing dates as well as where to pick up a copy are forthcoming. I swear. This is the publisher. Obviously, they’re cool:

If you’re a Supreme Court nerd like me, you’ll like this little book:

Only for the wonky. Buy.

If you are so inclined. My story, Organic Youth, is in this book:

I don’t get a dime if you buy it so don’t kill yourself. I can give you a copy.

Should’ve given Bradbury his flowers while he was living, but this is one of the best books I’ve read in a long time. Completely applicable, resonant, timeless.

If you haven’t, do. Buy.

I’m not dead. I’m still reading and writing. I vowed not to watch one second of the Olympics and have been watching non-stop. A few months ago I read Scott Turow’s, “Innocent.” It’s the sequel to “Presumed Innocent” which was a very good novel. The sequel, not so much. Too long. Too much meandering. Plus:

This was cliche city. Skip.

Five word revew time. This is a collection of shorts named after a Ghostface lyric. So, by law, I had to read it. It was good. Solid. Well done. Towards the end the stories felt a little redundant. This review touches on that:

brocolli and short stories. Buy.


Reading on April 1st

I’m reading on Sunday, April 1st at Infusion Coffee Shop in Mt. Airy. 7133 Germantown Ave. 2pm. Come out and support your local arts and hear some talented people read their work to support “Anthology Philly.” This book can be purchased here:

Five word book review time. Just finished, “Tough Guys Don’t Dance” by Norman Mailer. It reminded me that sometimes it’s good to struggle with a text. This was a convoluted mess of a narrative. The prose was fantastic in spots. But the story itself tried way too hard and was at times overwrought. It was bold and there were some high points. But, I was never clear on what precisely was happening. This is recommended if you want to be challenged.

Even Good Folks Struggle. Skip.