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Buy "Illusion of Choice" Today!

Buy "Illusion of Choice" Today!

This was a long time coming. Like really long. My novel “Illusion of Choice” is available for pre-order from select retailers online. Please visit Amazon…

Eric January 21, 2015

Friday Blog Posts - On Prompt Writing

Recently, I updated my reddit profiles to collect all my prompt writing. The process was immensely time consuming, and I produced A LOT of content. This endeavor…

Eric June 1, 2018

A New Habit

I like to write. I do, but at the same time, I am overwhelmed with this sense of demotivation. Why bother? No one will read most of my stuff. It isn’t ground-breaking…

Eric May 14, 2017


April has begun, which means Camp NaNoWriMo is underway. In the past, I have tried and failed to do these tight deadlined contests. In short, the point of these…

Eric April 2, 2017

Providence #1 Review

Plot Summary In Providence #1 by Alan Moore, we meet Robert Black. Robert is a writer for the Herald in New York City. The world is on the edge of Prohibition, which…

Eric March 22, 2017

Revisiting Providence and Neonomicon: A review

As Alan Moore closes the comic chapter of his life, I am compelled to prepare for his final outing by assessing this entire world as one holistic image. Over the…

Eric March 21, 2017

Movie Review: Dr. Strange

Dr. Strange A Dip into Psychedelia Dr. Strange follows Dr. Stephen Strange, a neurosurgeon who is the best at what he does. Benedict Cumberbatch channels a lot of…

Eric January 5, 2017


  I sat on the couch in abject horror as the news. My apartment was dark and stuffy. A pneumatic pumping sound kept the air at a comfortable temperature. “War…

Eric November 22, 2016

President Trump - A Change to American Politics

Where We Are Now In what can only be described as the end of American politics, Donald Trump won the presidency of the United States. As a vocal and ardent opponent…

Eric November 15, 2016

Bad Candy

I must have been around twelve or so. It gets murky for me because the years tend to bleed together. One moment I am sure I was just turning ten, but then, I remember…

Eric September 14, 2016
Pop Secret Reading Challenge 2016: ZOO

Pop Secret Reading Challenge 2016: ZOO

ZOO by Otsuichi Deception ZOO by Otsuichi is like a cute doll that seems ridiculously silly. Only that doll is a small bomb that targets your brain and sticks with…

Eric September 11, 2016

Pop Sugar Reading Challenge 2016: Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

A Journey into Madness When considering Hunter S. Thompson, one always considers Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. The novel is a powerhouse of hilarity, absurdity,…

Eric August 10, 2016

Pop Sugar Reading Challenge 2016: Life of the Party - Stories of a Perpetual Man Child

I Am The Machine Bert Kreischer is a stand-up comedian and television host who proves living vicariously through someone else can be really damn entertaining. For…

Eric August 10, 2016
Movie Review: Suicide Squad, or an exercise in masochism.

Movie Review: Suicide Squad, or an exercise in masochism.

Suicide Squad debuted this weekend, and I, despite all logic, went see it. Suicide Squad is the least enjoyable time I’ve had in a movie in a while. Movies…

Eric August 9, 2016
Technology Dependency

Technology Dependency

Preface The isolation tank/flotation tank is a powerful tool, but it isn’t one that is required for any sort of psychonautical exploration. It just helps you…

Eric June 29, 2016

Pop Sugar Reading Challenge 2016: Graveyard of Empires

Graveyard of Empires by Lincoln Cole As an indie writer, it would be really selfish of me to not check out my peers’ work. I was gifted this book in exchange for…

Eric June 20, 2016

Pop Sugar Reading Challenge 2016: Ghost Story

  Ghost Story by Jim Butcher This book review may be a bit of a softball. Amazon lists the book at 608 pages, which is just over the requirement for my Pop…

Eric June 20, 2016