Blog Archives

Caroling for the Vocally Impaired

November 30, 2015
By

I love music, and in fact love to sing. Alone. Not because I am a great solo artist, but because no one wants to hear me sing, or, god forbid, sing with me. Turns out…

Read more »

Feeling Safe Where You Live? Map Your Risk

October 29, 2015
By

I’m safe. Even if a zombie apocalypse breaks out, I know I will be fine. How do I know? Because as a Geospatial Information Systems (GIS) enthusiast, I have searched the web so you too…

Read more »

Second Chances: Twelve Well Paying Jobs No One Wants

October 14, 2015
By

According to the National Employment Law Project (NELP) one in four Americans has a criminal record. Think of your four closest friends. At least one of them is probably some kind of criminal, unless you…

Read more »

My Dog Ate My Bike Helmet and Other Fitness Excuses

October 6, 2015
By

I usually ride my bike to work, but I haven’t so far this week. Why? My dog ate my bike helmet. No, really, he did. It was a combination of events, and usually my ten…

Read more »

Top Ten Reasons Water On Mars Won’t Change Your Life: I Need More Than a Drink

September 29, 2015
By

So NASA says they have discovered running water on mars. It’s great news if you’re planning a vacation there, although the first planned manned mission is in 2030. By then I will be a bit…

Read more »

Investment Mistakes: Wealth Lost to Youth and Ignorance

September 21, 2015
By

Invest. It’s the best thing you can do for your future. Well, that and get an education, marry someone rich who also owns a Ferrari dealership, and if you want to be a writer, choose…

Read more »

Minority Status: We are the .003%

September 14, 2015
By

Writers should have minority status, and we want our rights. As a minority, we are made up of every race, and we don’t discriminate by sex, religion, sexual orientation, or whether you listen to Justin…

Read more »

I Like Big Data and I Cannot Lie

September 8, 2015
By

I like big data and I cannot lie. You other brothers can’t deny. When a gal walks in and presents a legitimate case by shoving fact based statistics in my face, I get… Wait. What…

Read more »

The Write Way to Go Back to School

August 31, 2015
By

Every year, Poets and Writers Magazine comes out with what they call the MFA issue. Every year, I look through the pages and sigh. “I should really do that.” I tell myself. So I look…

Read more »

Tall Men and Small Cars: The Health Hazards of Going Green

August 24, 2015
By

When I can ride my bike to work, I do. It has a comfortable seat and plenty of headroom. As a mode of transportation, it’s perfect. The pedals are easy to reach, the seat and…

Read more »

User Login

New Release
How to Write and Share Humor
By Donna Cavanagh Published by HumorOutcasts Press

Available in Paperback and Kindle


New Release
Lite Whines and Laughter: Mild Rants and Musings on the Mundane
By Lee Gaitan and HumorOutcasts Press

Available in Paperback and Kindle



New Release
It Comes From Within: Living with Bipolar Illness
By Michael Solomon. and Shorehouse Books

Available in Paperback and Kindle



Archives