In Part 1, I announced that the Ben Williams series would be shelved and why. Part 2 covered my two new projects, Malone and Task Force Green. Finally, the question becomes: I have several social media platforms. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Goodreads, and this website. What do I plan on doing with these? Well, for Facebook and Twitter, […]Read more "SITREP: Part 3"
In SITREP: Part 1, I delved into my placing the Ben Williams series on hiatus and the reasons behind that. That is the perfect segue into the projects on which I have been working. One of the things I learned with The Ronin Genesis was that if I did not set a firm outline for […]Read more "SITREP: Part 2"
Part 2: SITREP: Part 2 Part 3: SITREP: Part 3 It’s been a while since I’ve updated this website. There have been many things I have meant to do with this, but life got in the way, as it is often wont to do. I figured I owe my readers an update as to what I have […]Read more "SITREP: Part 1"
Ever since the first MCU appearance of the character in the second season of Daredevil, it would be an understatement to say that the anticipation has been high for the debut of Marvel’s The Punisher. Its social media campaign (which is one of the best that I have ever seen) added to the anticipation. Part of that […]Read more "Marvel’s The Punisher: Hit and Miss"
On Sunday, April 10th, 2017, United Airlines asked for four volunteers of Flight #3411 to deplane, as the flight had been overbooked. The airline company needed to fly four employees to Louisville, Kentucky by the next day. When nobody volunteered, four passengers were then ordered to deplane. Three passengers complied with the directive to deplane. […]Read more "The United Airlines Incident: The Police Are Not the Bad Guys"
Before we launch into the review…in my SIG P320 review, I don’t know if it was my phone or if it was WordPress, but every instance of X.D. was changed into an emoticon. Thus, even though Springfield markets the pistol without abbreviation periods, I shall be using them for clarity purposes. With that out of the […]Read more "GUN REVIEW: Springfield X.D.S."
I am no stranger to the Glock format. My first Glock was a Glock 17, which I bought after I sold my first pistol, a Taurus PT1911, to somebody with an interest in gunsmithing. After the Taurus’s safety fell out for the second time, I decided to heed a friend’s advice and give Glock a […]Read more "GUN REVIEW: Glock 21 Gen 3"