I originally created this blogspot to offer a venue where I can post my fantasy, fiction, and science fiction efforts. Previously, I have been dabbling in fiction writing at my old A Million Chimpanzees blog, but decided that if I was going to become more serious in honing my short story skills, I needed a “virtual” repository dedicated to such writing.
The story that launched this blog, “The Robot Who Loved God,” originally appeared at “A Million Chimpanzees” and I duplicated it here as the foundation for what I had once hoped would be a series of sequels. That didn’t pan out, so I’m pursuing other projects.
Stuff Needs to be Updated
I looked at what I had written here and it’s horribly out of date compared to what I’m into now. When I get the bandwidth, I’ll have to put more detailed details on this page, but for now, January 2018, I’ll just say I have an interest in synthetic women, vampires, time travel, and children and dragons living together. I also love writing challenges with an interesting prompt, both flash fiction and longer pieces.
Other Stuff I Write About
This is the third WordPress blog I’ve started. The first is Morning Meditations which highlights my theological and doctrinal thoughts and beliefs, and the second is The Old Man’s Gym which chronicles my efforts at improving my strength and health through weightlifting as an older athlete. I find it convenient to compartmentalize my differing interests in separate blogspots, since not everyone would appreciate the “shotgun blast” approach to me putting everything I think and do in a single location.
How to Find Me and Other Stories
You can reach me through leaving a comment on any of the blog entries here or filling out the form on the Contact page. This will send me an email to which I’m likely to respond (your email address will not be visible publicly).
I’ve put a search box at the bottom of each page so if you want to see if I’ve written about a particular topic or subject, please use it.
If you wish to follow this blog, a convenient button can be found at the bottom of the page along with my copyright statement.
Oh, I created an Amazon Author’s Page since I’m already extensively published, just not in the realm of fiction (yet).