Tuesday, 15 April 2014


There are no surer signs that a story is worthy of your attention than someone objecting to it on moral or political grounds.

Saturday, 29 March 2014

Post-Modernists And Realism

It honestly shouldn't come as a surprise that post-modernists call for more realism in fiction. People usually want to read about the things that are absent in their own lives.

Tuesday, 18 March 2014

Ramblings: Canadian Politics

We Canadians like to flap our lips about politics a lot. But name me one thing of value that we have ever contributed to the political sphere.

Wednesday, 12 March 2014

Ramblings: High Art

High Art: A label used to convince pseudo-intellectuals to pay extra for something that the truly intelligent would never be caught dead buying. See Also: Haute Couture, Post Modernism, Realism (the "Edgy" or "Gritty" kind), Cubism, Abstract, and Literary Graphic Novel.

Thursday, 6 March 2014

The Coven's Curse and Scribd

All Hallows Eve: The Coven's Curse is now available on Barnes & Noble and Smashwords. Hexia's sinister secret is finally revealed as she's recruited a creepy crew to help her invade our beloved heroine's nightmares!

Also, Scribd subscribers can now follow the All Hallows Eve series without spending an extra penny!

Enjoy, everybody :-)

Thursday, 20 February 2014

Ramblings: So-Called "Noble" Causes

It is a popular belief that supporting a good cause can make one noble. However, I wish to propose that the opposite is true. Causes do not make people noble, it is people who make causes noble. As a result, no cause may be any more noble than the people who support it. If just one of these people acts out of turn while rallying behind it, then the moral value of the entire cause is lessened, for to allow or excuse such behavior is to enable it.

Let it be said that a cause is only as noble as its most poorly behaved supporter. It shall give the movements of the world an incentive to behave better.