Stock Up, Stock Down: Miami Dolphins

The Miami Dolphins held an open, intrasquad scrimmage last night, with their preseason opener a mere six days away. Unfortunately for the fans, free agent addition Mike Wallace sat out the scrimmage, as did last season’s leading receiver Brian Hartline. Earlier in the week, wideout Armon Binns was lost for the season when he tore his ACL and MCL, … Continue reading Stock Up, Stock Down: Miami Dolphins

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Book Review: Thieftaker, by D.B. Jackson

Thieftaker, by D.B Jackson (published by Tor Books on July 3rd, 2012), is a thoroughly entertaining, genre-blending story that I could barely put down. Mixing elements of urban fantasy, mystery, and historical fiction, Jackson crafted a wonderful novel that would satisfy fans of any or all of those genres. Set in 1765 Boston, Jackson used his historical knowledge to masterfully craft a vivid … Continue reading Book Review: Thieftaker, by D.B. Jackson

Miami Marlins Monday Week 16: Bats Still on Break

Let’s start with the Good. Jose Fernandez’s All-Star appearance. The Marlins’ lone representative at the mid-season classic pitched a perfect sixth inning, and wowing a number of people in the process. Fernandez dispatched former AL MVP Dustin Pedroia, Triple Crown winner Miguel Cabrera and MLB homerun leader Chris Davis in order, striking out Pedroia looking, … Continue reading Miami Marlins Monday Week 16: Bats Still on Break

Becoming a Storyteller: New Adult, or, Wizards and Vampires and Sex! Oh My!

New Adult (NA) Fiction is a burgeoning category in literature circles these days. In my search for just the right genre for my WIP, I've come across this term more and more often. As recently as a few months ago though, this was a complete mystery to me. It wasn't until I attended an author … Continue reading Becoming a Storyteller: New Adult, or, Wizards and Vampires and Sex! Oh My!