Happy Summer! If you’re a summer-reading kind-of-person, you may enjoy my books (the two that are available in both print and digital formats are shown above; the rest are instantly downloadable to any device). Here […]
There is a line in the musical Hamilton that says, “Who lives? Who dies? Who tells the story?” In the past five weeks or so, I’ve been Traveling at the Speed of Bike in the […]
This was five years ago today, too. I call this one Snow Falling on Couchy, which is also the name of one of the 76 flash-fiction stories in the book I wrote that year.
One of my fave books is The Grapes of Wrath (which I read for the first time just a couple of years ago), for many reasons. I especially love that John Steinbeck mixes fiction and […]
Since we’re talking Stranger Things Happen, I thought you might enjoy the intro to it. In a city originally known as Terminus, there is a new path forward. And when people who would never have […]
This photo is from Day 1 of a school-year-long project I did titled Around Atlanta in 180 Days (take a peek!). That’s when I first threw my bike, laptop, and camera in the car and started riding […]
I came upon this scene while Traveling at the Speed of Bike, and had to take a photo. Had to write. I write a lot, plus I’m an avid street photographer, and I often combine […]
There’s a whole Gandhi storyline in my book, Stranger Things Happen, by the way. It was originally ignited by this little piece of street art, which I passed again yesterday.