Thank-You Letter

This isn’t so much a post as it is more of a thank you note to all my followers of Project Blacklight. Being this was my first year, I didn’t know what to expect. I didn’t know how many followers I would receive, let alone how many people would read what I had to share. I’m happy to say that I am satisfied with the blog thus far. The goals I set out to accomplish with this blog are pretty much accomplished. 

As a writer, there is still a long way to go. Project Blacklight will continue to be a vessel in which I will strive to meet the goals I set for the upcoming year. I hope to share more short stories, including “The Cell Games” series. I, also, look to start the biggest task for any writer: drafting a novel. I hope to share what I’ve learned and continue to learn in this blog as I undertake such a tremendous project. And, as always, I hope to share items that are near and dear to me. 

Thank you, everyone, who believed in me. There are many on Facebook and Twitter; too many to mention, but you know who you are. Here’s to an amazing 2016!


Room to Grow: 2015 Year in Review

Well, 2015 is almost in our rear view window. I can’t believe it’s gone by so fast. At least, it feels like it’s flown by. Maybe it’s because I am older. Or, maybe it’s because my time is divided among work and family. Who knows?

In spite of all that’s happened in my personal life, I feel as if 2015 was my best year as a writer, which is saying a lot. Let me explain. Up until last year, I wasn’t the most disciplined writer. (It’s still a struggle.) I would go months without writing and not care. Continue reading “Room to Grow: 2015 Year in Review”