Dragon Hoard Books: So It Begins

Welcome to the beginning. If you like what you see, so far, follow the blog for more. And click one of those share buttons. Comics come out every Saturday. Unless you’re a Tier 2 Patreon Patron. Then you get them on Friday. 😉 Also, pardon the dust over the next few weeks while we find …

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Why I No Longer Say “My Truth”

The truth shall set you free. People use the phrase conversely, both to scold and to praise. What if we shift the words a bit? My truth will set me free. I confess, just typing that set my insides twisting into knots. Heck, typing this post sets my teeth a bit on edge. I’m afraid …

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Opinions Are Safer Than Slices of My Soul

I’m not certain who originally created this meme. That person is, however, entirely correct. You may be yourself all the time. Except when your boss only needs one aspect of you. Except when your friend needs another side of you. Except when being yourself means breaking social norms, or worse, laws. We dedicate thousands of …

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CyborgScribe Tutorials: Reboot and Re-energize

Ever tried to write a book? Most people I speak to haven’t. It’s tough. It’s even tougher without proper tools. Nowadays, those tools often come in the form of software. I’ve got a few programs I can no longer function without. So, I’ve decided to do something a little different with Wednesdays. I’d like to …

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Accomplishment & Success: Can’t Have One Without The Other

Success. Accomplishment. Most of us crave them in some form. My question is…Do we recognize them when we achieve them? Often, no. Without knowing what you’re looking for, you’ll never know if you’ve found it. Story time: Seven or eight years ago now, I had a conversation with my mother which involved both of us …

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Dr. Strange’s Keyhole: Opening The Doors Of Perception

Freedom IS a constant struggle not against the external but against the INTERNAL. I can’t recall the correct attribution, since I ran across the quote in some link-rabbit hole surf day. Even so, the idea resonates with me, especially as one just beginning to practice Stoic philosophy. After all, one of the big keys of …

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How Do You Know? Ancient Man and the Trash Pile

Today’s stream of consciousness: what can we learn about someone by digging through their midden pit—a.k.a trash pile? I’d guess less than half the story. Spoke this morning to someone at my usual café, and the topic of ancient peoples came up. He mentioned the difference between us today—Modern Man—and our predecessors. You know, before …

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Dueling Mannequins

You know that scene where Cass nearly got shanked? Well, thank Max and Miri, the two delightful mannequins pictured above. These are basically Shay’s assistants, models, and all-around handy people. I’m not quite sure where this post is going, so have another picture. I am getting my act together, I swear.

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