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I had an existential whatyamacallit earlier this year. Long story short, I am at a new place of worship. Today, Pastor Marco talked about a bunch of things — if you want to know about all of it, pop over for a cuppa and I’ll read you from my notes. I have a notebook; it has […]

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Riding to and from the gym, it was a J Dilla day. For the uninitiated, James Dewitt Yancey was a powerhouse in the underground hip-hop scene in Detroit, who died way too young. I fell upon a mix of his stuff a few days back and the rhythmic drum beats were perfect for car-dancing back and […]

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Hopefully you were not too creeped out by last week’s After character, Roscoe David Kirkpatrick. This week’s character is Shonda Bickman, the young woman who Roscoe got to know rather well as mentioned in his introduction. Shonda Bickman works in-bound customer service at Simmons Logistics. She likes having fun and enjoys her friendship with Marlena […]

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Welcome to this week’s character introduction from my soon-to-be released book, After. Last week, we met Mrs. Marlena Jacoby, one of the primary characters. This week, we meet another: Mr. Ibrahim Johannes Naifeh, who is a mysterious personage. Ibrahim Johannes Naifeh appears mysteriously. He has no history but he certainly has a future. A miracle-worker […]

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The topic of the Rapture as described in the (Bible) Book of Revelation continues to interest writers, including this one. I find it interesting that shows such as The Leftovers and movies like Left Behind are coming out this year, along with my book, After. I started on this journey some time ago and in […]

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I found myself in a very dark place. I was tired, and sick; after that I was sick of being tired. Sleep came in fits and starts and I offered myself to others in my circle similarly. Plainly? I was miserable. I like a clear path, preferably one of my own making. Hence my error; […]

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