Throughout the past three decades, Buffalo Bills fans have endured a ridiculous amount of near victories and close calls—many of which have been so close to the damn finish line you could smell the hint of champagne in the air.
I woke up this morning to a quiet house. My wife is away on a business trip. I did the usual things: took the dogs out and fed them, started the coffee and made my daughter’s lunch. I didn’t turn on the television, didn’t check the Internet. I already knew what had happened. Late last […]
Periodically (or when the mood strikes), I’ll be writing essays and posting them here on my website. Here’s the first one. It’s on the impending election, of course. Enjoy.
Since freelancing has taken me down the path of writing more articles, columns and book projects, I figured a cleaner, more readable website was in order. So, here it is. Look around. Read a few things. Learn more about my books. And drop me a note if you feel so inclined. Either way, thanks for […]
It’s been a few years since I redid my website, and I think it’s time for a refresh.
It’s May already. Wow. Time is flying by. I’ve been so busy with writing projects lately, I feel like I don’t have time for much else. But it’s important to make time, right? It’s important to step back from this illusion we call life and laugh a little.
I can’t watch this video without smiling. It makes me so happy. Music. Dance. Favorite movie scenes. Is there anything better?
When my daughter was born, I decided to put my writing career on hold. I set everything aside and focused all of my energy and attention on her. Being a stay-at-home mom was difficult and hard. Honestly, it was the toughest thing I’ve ever done in my life. But I don’t regret it for a […]
So … it’s officially official. I can finally announce the good news. After a few article pitches and some e-mail exchanges, I was informed today that I am going to be writing some freelance articles for …
I originally wrote this blog post for my Mr. Mom blog, which is published monthly on Curve Magazine’s website. It did so well with Curve readers, I thought it might be a good fit for the Huffington Post’s Queer Voices section. Turns out …