Monthly Archives: May 2013

Cover Letter Done Right

If you’re wondering why nobody responds to your resumes, you may want to take a look over my own cover letter recently sent to mega corporate world leader Match.com.  Please note that I included specific skill sets and even offered … Continue reading

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A Time to Destroy: A SimCity Retrospective

  In honor of the upcoming Sim City, I dig this out of the closet: Remember way back in the day when you’d spend all of recess toiling in the sandbox trying to create the perfect sandcastle? Then just when … Continue reading

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INTERVIEW: AMY JOY Talks About ‘The Academie’

Special guest joining me today is Amy Joy, author of Dystopian Juvenile Fiction novel, The Academie.  Feel free to pop off some questions of your own if you’ve read The Academie or are interested in picking it up.  Allie Thompson … Continue reading

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Music That Tells a Story

I’ve always been one to believe that all music tells a story.  For some songs, it’s pretty easy to discover.  A little ditty about Jack and Diane comes to mind along with just about any song by Meatloaf.  For others, … Continue reading

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On Flirting

  One of the people I follow on twitter brought me to change my pace for a moment.  Please take the following advice with a grain of salt and a shot of tequila. The Birth of Flirting: In ancient Babylonian … Continue reading

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On Clive Barker

    I remember when I was in grade school, Clive Barker was a name synonymous with Stephen King and Dean Koontz.  All I knew about him at the time was that he was a horror writer.  Lucky for me, … Continue reading

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