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"Who in the world am I? Ah, that's the great puzzle."

Lewis Carroll.


 I am like a utility knife - a lot of different things that fit together into one (mostly) cohesive functional whole.

A spiritual being with a physical body, accessing and sharing creativity primarily through writing.


Some folks met me as a surfer, a yoga teacher, an energy healer, a clairvoyant reader.

Some as a corporate employee, a non-profit activist, an author, a theatre writer and director.

I am still exploring the opportunities of this lifetime, and look forward to the journey still ahead.




Looking for something else to read? Books & Authors I love...


The Girl with All the Gifts by Mike Carey:

Anyone who knows me knows I love the dystopian post-apocalyptic genre, and zombies in particular. I didn't realize this book had been made in to a movie but I can understand why. This novel is a twist on the usual survivor perspective in this post "Breakdown" setting, and I thoroughly enjoyed following the characters through their individual journeys.

The Fifth Season by N. K. Jemisin:

A really fascinatingly structured story that leaves you with a building "aha!" as you get closer to the end. Maybe others figured it out earlier, but it took me a while. The central character is interesting and well-developed, possessing powers to protect her loved ones, and/ or tear the world apart. This is part of a series and I cannot wait to get to the rest of the story!


Pretty much anything you pick up by Butler is original and amazing.Such a trail-blazing talent.


Brilliant books by an incredible author.

The Earthsea Quartet by Ursula K. Le Guin:

Le Guin also wrote The Left Hand of Darkness and many other excellent titles.

I'm considering adding "R.R" as my middle initials so I can grow up to be like J.R.R. Tolkien, and George R.R. Martin. Masters of world-building in fantasy fiction.

Why Aren't We Awesomer?

by Michael Neill

Video addressing the nature of our thoughts and fears.

Why I almost punched this job seeker in the face

by John Nemo

Article exploring Passion, Purpose, and Persistence

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