Update from City-State: Americans are still too well informed about the goings on of their government. Their citizens doth protest too much. Here at the ministry of entertainment, we plan proper distractions for our citizens. Anything we can do to keep them from understanding the actual goals of government policy. A policy that basically lets … More US Propaganda efforts making progress, still ineffective
If you haven’t figured it out yet, yes you are. Here is a perfect example: Buzzfeed found that two “news” sites – one very liberal and one very conservative – were actually owned by the same company. Both sides reported on the same stories, used the same sources, and the same level of outrage over … More Living in a Dystopia yet?
Once you’ve adopted an ideology, life becomes less about identifying real problems and more about eliminating anything that defies your ideology. Anything that defies the ideology is a problem, and the solution is your ideology. … More Ideology: A weapon of mass destruction
Ever get the feeling that the idea of “national healing” is just an idea in our heads? We expect “them” to heal. Never us. The winners don’t need to heal do they? Nah. That’s just for losers. Then we flip the script. The once-losers become the winners. And even though the now-winners remember what it … More National healing
We are in the midst of a heated argument – James and myself, the co-writers, are at odds. This is my perception of City-State’s ultimate villain, Supreme Judge Kaisin Harkin: To me, a female reader and writer, Harkin exudes power with remarkable good looks and exceptional charisma. As a co-writer, I have spent many hours … More But He’s MINE, and He’s HOT!
Chapter One: The S-Classer of the novel, StarChild, has been converted into a beautiful word cloud via worditout.com. As Jeremy endures the aircab driver’s crazy maneuvers through the skies of Layer Seven, he envisions his new career as a wonderful, thrilling life changing event. And yes, Jeremy’s life will change.
Self-publishing – why are there so many rules? Look, the perk to being an indie author is having total control of creativity, deadlines, and event planning. But as I read author interviews, blog posts, and other internet fodder, I have noticed that there are a few specific “rules” that writers “must” follow. No, I refuse … More Oh, These Silly, Senseless Rules!
Hello! I hope everyone is having a great day! Our chapter by chapter release of the novel StarChild continues with Chapter Four: The Vote of Acclaim. Read Chapter Four HERE. Enjoy the boisterous Senate hearing as the dashing Supreme Judge Kaisin Harkin appears before his colleagues to sway the vote for the controversial S-Amendment to the … More StarChild – Part I – Chapter Four: The Vote of Acclaim
It’s release day! “Prescription for Ratings: The Committee” is available! Grab your copy for .99 cents HERE. Remember, this is the sequel to “Prescription for Ratings: The Contestants”. Get Part I, “The Contestants” HERE. Enjoy! Support indie authors! Let us know what you think!
Hello! Happy holidays! James and I are looking for reviewers for our new short story, “Prescription for Ratings: The Committee”. This is the second short story in a series of two. Part I is entitled “Prescription for Ratings: The Contestants”. This short story (“The Committee”) is around 8,800 words, and it showcases the “death committee” … More Reviewers Needed for New Short Story!