Month: July 2018

They’re back… somewhat.

If you’re watching my site, you’ve probably noticed that I found a handful of articles on the Internet Wayback Machine ( While I may not be able to siphon every article I’ve ever written from there, I was able to rebuild the last few very important posts. These posts help describe what Brodie #3 is all about. And yes, while Jackson and Lacey have my attention right now, I’ve not given up on Brodie. I can only type so many

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Are you willing to be wrong?

  Bingo! He nails it on the head. Okay, I know what you’re thinking… “But Jerry, schools don’t kill creativity. You’re a big proponent of schools and education.” Yes. I am. 100% correct. But the root of what he’s saying is still true, and something that schools DO need to consider, especially in regards to national testing processes. What about you? Are you WILLING to be wrong? Whether from schools, or overbearing parents, or bullies, or a misguided teacher, pastor

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Introducing … Jackson Gray

After getting my website up, I wanted to celebrate a little. Instead, I thought maybe my readers would like a sneak peek into my latest novel — Jackson Gray (Title tentative) This is a very rough copy, It hasn’t been through critique group or editors. This is just me spit-balling my latest idea. But hopefully it will wet your whistle for the rest. If you like this, please sign up for my newsletter to keep up with the latest updates

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Website is up!!

The website is back up and now it’s time to go get coffee and get busy again. I’m very happy to announce that I got my original host name back — This is huge to me, as I thought it would be until the year 2020 (or longer) before I could get it back. Note that the blog is now on this URL, and the world seems to be a very happy place. I’ll be getting everything put back

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So, if you’ve been looking for over the past year, you’ve probably not been able to find it. Well, me either. My web provider was hacked, and everything deleted. I was able to verify that none of my data was taken. All of my data was stored in encrypted databases. However, the hosting company had to clear everything to prevent the spread. So they did. Everything. All user databases, files, links, logs, articles, posts, ideas, and email lists. Gone.

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