Tag: shakespeare

  • Open Letter to My Students, Past, Present, Future

    I suppose every teacher faces the question, “Why do we have to learn this stuff?” Lord knows I asked it enough when it came to math. I get it a few times each year in my English classes, especially regarding the literature we read. I’d like to answer the question here. History, science, and yes, […]

  • A challenge, and some random stuff

    I made an offhand comment on Facebook the other day about something that happens in the new Werewolf Saga book and Rick Hipson accused me of starting with teasers. That wasn’t really my plan, but … it suddenly sounded like a good idea. So, I’ve created a new Twitter account and I’ll be posting teasers […]

  • A challenge, and some random stuff

    I made an offhand comment on Facebook the other day about something that happens in the new Werewolf Saga book and Rick Hipson accused me of starting with teasers. That wasn’t really my plan, but … it suddenly sounded like a good idea. So, I’ve created a new Twitter account and I’ll be posting teasers […]

  • Random Randomness

    If IĀ insult you, then have to explain the insult to you, does it still count as an insult? Mark Tyree has written an amazing review of Little Graveyard on the Prairie. However, it isn’t public yet, so I can’t point you to it. It’ll be at Horror World next month, though. He compares my little […]