Finished 31 January 2019 Published 17 November 2020 Wenn ich nur ein Wizard wäre, würde mein Haus eine kleine Schloss. Ich büke viele kleinen Kuchen und sie würden wie Blumen schmecken. Ich würde einhundert siebzehn Jahre alt sein, aber ich sähe aus, als ob ich nur siebzehn Jahre alt wäre. Natürlich, trüge ich ein… Read the full article
Finished April 2019 Published 8 August 2020 The afternoon was dry. A boy with fiery red hair slalomed between the crumbling curbs, his bare feet stroking the pavement. The sound of skateboard wheels rumbled like thunder. His name was Peter. There was something in his path, a heap in the road. Peter swerved toward… Read the full article
I was just an ordinary guy
Finished 16 August 2017 Published 31 March 2020 I was just an ordinary guy. Lived in an ordinary house. Had an ordinary wife. Ate some ordinary pasta. And then. One day. I came to have the revelation of A lifetime. Stepping outside my house one morn Crouching on the rain-spattered stoop I squinted… Read the full article
This Carbon Dividend Bill Calls for Bipartisan Support
10 March 2020 In January, Representative Theodore Deutch (D-FL) introduced the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act. The bill proposes a fee on production and importation of fossil fuels based on the fuel’s carbon dioxide content. It would reduce U.S. Carbon Dioxide emissions by 40% in 12 years. Unlike a tax, the money would be… Read the full article
Come See Me at the Roseland Library in March!
Hi everyone! The folks at the Roseland Free Public Library in Roseland, NJ , have been kind enough to invite me to their library to give an author talk about my middle grade thriller The Lore of Ramridge and publishing experience as a young adult. If you’re interested, here’s the info! March 11th 7… Read the full article
Download The Lore of Ramridge for free as an ebook for its one-year anniversary!
To celebrate the one-year anniversary for my first book, I am releasing it to be downloaded for free online until October 31! The link will be below. You do not have to own a Kindle to download it, however, you do need an amazon.com account. Even if you do not decide to read it, every… Read the full article
This Kid Asked Me If He Could Try My Skateboard
16 October 2019 “Do you like people?” “That’s an odd question.” “No, it’s not.” Nicholas was right. It was a good question. “Well, I like some people,” I continued, “and some people I don’t like.” “Hey.” I looked down the path. A man rode a low-seated bike over the bridge toward us. Nicholas kicked… Read the full article
Finished 10 November 2018 Published 5 January 2019 It came with a hiss in the ear. A simmer rippling underfoot. It went with a holocaust of stone collapsing into ash, inverted chlorophyll mingling with sobbing flames, toxin-laced fog, soot-woven beards. Another day’s work. Fire surging with the blood of blue jays, lively rivulets gone sour… Read the full article
“The Lore Of Ramridge” Book Launch Video Footage
Solving The Plastic Problem — Turning Plastic Debris Into Currency
7 October 2018 Plastic. The shape-shifting miracle material. It can take the form of nearly anything from a bag to a blow-up castle to a microchip implanted in a puppy. More than eight million tons of it are dumped into our oceans as a yearly regimen, and it is responsible for the one hundred thousand… Read the full article