Movie Review: Don’t Breathe

Don’t Breathe is a horror movie that came out 5 years ago and apparently it now has a sequel in theaters. I haven’t seen the sequel and I’m not going to because I hated the first one, for reasons I’ll explain in a moment. The plot of the first movie revolves around a group of …

Weekend Update: Rejection, rejection, what’s your function?

Happy Monday! Not really, but, ya know. It’s Monday and we just have to live with it. As you know I’ve been querying Creed: Mandate of Heaven lately and the first few rejections have come in. I’d say I’m mostly numb to it now but it still stings a little, I won’t lie. But onwards …

Afghanistan: A Grunt’s Eye View

Recently, I had the opportunity to speak to a reporter from Reuters about my experiences in Afghanistan and my thoughts on the current withdrawal process, and they included me in their feature piece. You can check it out here. Basically, I think this is long overdue. As the war wound on and on and on, …

Memorial Day 2021

It’s Memorial Day weekend! I won’t keep you long as I’d like to spend this time with my family. But this is a holiday that serves as a day of remembrance for those who died in military service. And I can’t let the day pass without mentioning the five Marines in the picture. They lost …

Book Review: “Star Wars: Republic Commando”

Apparently it’s Star Wars Day, so I decided to repost an old review of the only Star Wars book I’ve read. I hope you enjoy my review, and May the Fourth be with you! For today’s book review, I’m listing the first and only Star Wars book I’ve ever read. It was phenomenal! If the …

Even Superman Gets Old

Good morning, readers! I just wanted to give another quick update on my dad. If you read my blog last month, you probably remember that my dad suffered a stroke and at the hospital was diagnosed with cancer in his left lung and kidney. He’s been doing well, but last week he suffered another stroke. …

Good Health and Good Luck

Time for a midweek update on the health situations in my family, and fortunately it’s a good one. My dad had his biopsy done and while technically the cancer is incurable, it’s highly manageable. He won’t need chemotherapy, he doesn’t have to make any big adjustments to his life, he just needs to take a …

Who is the Greatest of all Time? King James vs His Royal Airness

I don’t usually post on Sunday and almost never do I talk about sports, especially a sports argument that’s been beaten to death over the last 20 years. That argument is: who is the greatest basketball player of all time, Michael Jordan or LeBron James? (Let me first say that I think the late Kobe …

Author Interview – Peter Martuneac

The incredibly talented author and blogger Stephen Black did an interview with me about my books! Go check it out, and give his Kirkwood books a look while you’re there, they’re really excellent 😃 This week I am joined by Peter Martuneac, whose ‘My Name Is Zach’ series has kept me on tenterhooks for many …

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