This is the first post for my forthcoming novel, "Ulterior Motives." First off, I want to give a big THANKS to Suzanne Johnson for the awesome book cover. If you are looking for a book cover designer, be sure to contact her (website). The photograph in this post was taken from atop Pine Mountain, looking across … Continue reading Ulterior Motives (Pine Mountain, GA)
I know, I know, this is controversial, and this is difficult for me. One thing that was pounded into my head when I was attending business school was never discuss politics or religion, but writing can't be as bland as business school. So bear with me, I'm attempting to overcome business school conditioning and approach … Continue reading Friends, Family, or Country (Austin Scenes – Ten Commandments)
What to do in Austin? Go to the park.
The finale scene in The Messenger: Horizons is a hostage rescue mission in a quarry north of Taranto, Italy. Go to this link to see a satellite image of the area. Stay tuned as I will be providing more information about this upcoming novel which will be released this Fall.
If you only knew how great I am.
Opelika, Alabama - 14:00 Central Standard Time To God be humble, to thy friend be kind, and with thy neighbors gladly lend and borrow; His chance tonight, it might be thine tomorrow. - William Dunbar This scene reintroduces Jim Wallace, and it shows him doing something that each of us has to do at some … Continue reading The Messenger: Origins – The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly – Day Five – Scene Two
Flight To Rome Italy - 07:30 Central European Time I’m not upset that you lied to me, I’m upset that from now on I can’t believe you. - Friedrich Nietzsche Here is the first really good look at Tuttle since we've first saw him being recruited by Lieutenant Colonel Meyers at Camp Mackall, North Carolina. … Continue reading The Messenger: Origins – The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly – Day Five – Scene One
Building a character template and would like your input
Is that you, Tuco, is it Tuttle? Please give me your thoughts on why humankind is ugly.
What is management thinking?