Poetics (Penguin Classics, 1997)
I’ve been wanting to read this book for years (and not JUST because reading Aristotle makes me feel smart!). Lots of wisdom in this short discourse. If you’re a fellow writer or storyteller, I recommend checking it out!
As you may have noticed, several elements of this website have gone crazy. The danger of pressing the “update” button. While I’m down with the new “man-of-mystery” vibe of header (not really) there are obviously some bugs that will need to be worked out. I’m crazy busy right now so the fixes might take a […]
Can it really be April already??? Is it just me or is this year going in light-speed? Maybe it’s just the constant delirium I find myself in as a father of newborn twins who love to eat and poop…a lot…and often at the same time. Regardless, in between endless diaper changing and scary PhD work I’ve […]
Greetings ladies and gents, Being the all-around good guy that I strive to be, I wanted to draw your attention to a great deal you might be missing out on. The Kindle version of both Legend of the Book Keeper and City of Gold are each only $1 each on Amazon.com. That’s less than a Starbucks cappuccino (of course, […]
Hey everyone, One of the curses of being a writer is that we usually validate the stereotype that authors pend all there day and nights cooped up in their office with nothing but our writing, coffee, and their lonely self. To prove that I do still exist, I’ve decided to write brief monthly top-of-my-head updates on my life, […]
Here at last! After some unfortunate complications, Earthly Trinity has finally been made available in the iTunes store. Many of you were frustrated and wrote me asking when it would be released and why it wasn’t available. I apologize for the delay, which was out of my control. But I hope the book is worth the wait for […]
A few days ago I began the most exciting adventure of my life. I became a father to two beautiful twin boys! I am proud to introduce Logan and Emerson Blackaby. These two are going to rock my world. I count on them providing plenty of fodder for book ideas as well Keep me in […]