This weekend I had a great time at a party, and then paid for it with a trip to hang over city. It reminded me of even worse hang overs from the past like the one I talk about in this week’s story. In this case what doesn’t kill you makes you wish it would have.
This week I had to deal with all kinds of bullshit I hate to do but must. Also, history repeats itself in the form of broken phones and fits thrown as I recall the time I had a not so positive reaction to breaking my phone. Did I mention I did it on purpose?
I’m back from another convention and am here to tell you all the thrills and spills! I was in Charlotte for Days of the Dead for the second year in a row slinging books, and spreading the weird horror word to all who would listen. Also, the Cups steer the ship in this week’s reading.
I’ve just returned to Wayne Manor from Louisville Kentucky where i was slinging books at another most excellent Days of the Dead convention, and now I’m gonna’ tell you all about it! What a time! Also, the Cups would like my undivided attention in this weeks Tarot reading.
I’m back from KillerCon 2019 with another load of adventures to share with you! These include me yelling at an old man, walking with a zombie, and nearly drinking dumpster beer. Just another day at the office for me. Also, Wands do the talking in this week’s tarot reading.
Back when I worked at Starbucks another store tried to prank us once. After a retaliation deemed by some as ‘overkill’ we were never pranked again. Also, Hangin’ with the Pentacles in this week’s reading!
This week I talk about how I got into doing sketch comedy with a group of plucky misfits called MicroSatan, and the connections you form with the people you work with creatively that bond you forever. Also, I’m throwing chaos magic all over the place while Kings and Swords come together in the cards for this week.
This week I performed a LIVE reading form my new novella, Sinkhole, at Wake the Dead Coffee in San Marcos, TX with some other awesome authors, and I recorded my performance to share with everyone on the podcast. Also, the Pages are bringing some strong, excitable energy in this week’s reading.
We all have had teachers who have motivated us through the interest they took, or the encouragement they gave. This week I tell a story about a teacher I had who motivated me through a very different manner. Plus, the Moon sets the tone of this week’s reading.
A few weeks ago I told you all about my trip to Chicago for Printers Row Lit Fest including how I performed storytelling at the after party. On this episode I play the live audio from the performance where I regaled the room with the tale of The Great Donks Adventure, and how it will always hold a special place in my heart. Plus, Strength and Balance rule the cards in this week’s reading.
Remember the good old days when smoking a blunt would get you all silly-like? What a time! This week I tell a story of the blunt that numbed all senses except for those of a Houston Police officer. Luckily, it was my friend’s dad, but the important thing is I didn’t learn any lessons. Also, the Wands won’t let me half-ass it while the Pentacles lay out the rest on this week’s reading.
The first time is never the best, but is a required to experience to get to to where you’re going. The first time on the road is awesome for every band, but how appreciated is it? Also, The Emperor strong-arms through the Swords on this week’s reading!
I’m not sure if this story qualifies as a ‘wrong place, wrong time’ situation, but it certainly was in my mind at the time. I think it’s more like a ‘too high to be any place’ situation I was in. So is the plight of the young stoner, but these are the things we go through that make up stronger. Also, this is about the first time I saw Akira.
I always wanted a van with a wizard airbrushed on the side of it, and one day I achieved one half of that dream. This is the story of said van’s first voyage, and the magic required to get Letters to Voltron to the gig. Also, kings of love lay out a path in this week’s reading.
We can’t all be sportsman, right? This week I give some background into the recording of a classic Letters to Voltron record as well as learning when not to hang out in the pool with your band mate.