Monthly Archives: September 2011
I don’t know what happened, but Fish Tank – A Tale of Mothic Proportions is now selling for just $0.99 on Amazon, down from $1.99! I’m assuming they noticed that it sells for $0.99 on Barnes & Noble and matched … Continue reading
This is the last frame of Fish Tank that I drew back in 2008. I’m starting to dust off my notes and sketches for the story and am getting ready to start writing again. One really big obstacle for me … Continue reading
If you’ve seen Clerks, Dogma and a whole host of other Kevin Smith movies, you know that one of the mainstays are Jay and Silent Bob – a couple of drug dealers who typically loiter outside a convenience store. If … Continue reading
The third installment of the series is now available at the Kindle Store and the Nook Store as an ebook. In this story, Fish Tank – A Tale of Mothic Proportions (Kindle Version, Nook Version), a strange light is shining … Continue reading
How did my Performance Review go, you ask? Here’s a comment from it: “Observing Carl troubleshooting a computer program is like watching a chimp playing with a locked suitcase.” Ok, not really. Actually, the review went fine.
If you’ve got kids, you probably have at least a passing knowledge of the children’s group called The Wiggles. I was watching TV the other night and saw a report on CBS News about Jeff, the Purple Wiggle, having a … Continue reading
The next installment of the Fish Tank series will be released in 2 weeks. “A Tale of Mothic Proportions” takes our intrepid heroes on a trip into the paranormal. Sorry, no Twilight vampires or werewolves, just a telepathic enemy with … Continue reading