It’s been a long time

So here it is early in the morning 2/18/22 – a cold Friday – and I’m in Canton, Ohio. Yep, not in Philly no mo’. Due to the nightmare of Hurricane Ida which destroyed our mobile home along the beautiful Schuylkill River on River Road in the Roxborough section of Philadelphia back on 9/2/21 […]

By |February 18th, 2022|Uncategorized|Comments Off on It’s been a long time

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The 5 Must-Haves of Fantasy Fiction Writing

The 5 Must-Haves of Fantasy Fiction Writing
Fiction writing is one of the most contemplative and meaningful hobbies you can engage in. This blog is for you if you’ve just begun your writing quest or if you’ve done it before and want to go over the basics again.

Before anything else can succeed, the fundamentals must […]

By |November 3rd, 2021|Guest Blog|Comments Off on The 5 Must-Haves of Fantasy Fiction Writing

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The Ultimate Solutions to Creative Burnout

The Ultimate Solutions to Creative Burnout
The feeling of creative burnout can happen to anyone—artists or authors. When it happens, you will feel like there are hardly great ideas that come out of your mind. You will feel overwhelmed and drained. A recent report from Indeed revealed that 67% of all workers believe burnout has […]

By |September 30th, 2021|Guest Blog|Comments Off on The Ultimate Solutions to Creative Burnout

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Things to Consider Before Writing a Novel

Things to Consider Before Writing a Novel
Writing a novel can be a daunting task, especially for new writers. Even for successful writers, writing a book requires hard work, ambition, and discipline. It’s easy to lose steam despite writing fifty pages in. It’s no surprise that you’re in this situation. Ironically, the most successful and […]

By |August 16th, 2021|Novels/Short Stories|Comments Off on Things to Consider Before Writing a Novel

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A Raccoon in Wolf’s Clothing

 

It was called the wolf moon, peeking through a narrow slit in dark brooding clouds overhead.  The three specialized hunters stood precariously at the edge of a dangerously steep drop off.  Only bright lamps perched on their helmets threw off direct light into the dark void at their feet.

“Hey boss, we should back away […]

By |February 27th, 2018|Uncategorized|Comments Off on A Raccoon in Wolf’s Clothing

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THE SCARECROW WALTZ

This is a piece that began growing in my mind as I drove home from Lancaster during the day on New Year’s Eve after I had spent a nice holiday vacation with my family. On the way back to Philly on Route 23 I drove past a large open, empty field with two scarecrows […]

By |September 30th, 2009|Day To Day Thoughts|Comments Off on THE SCARECROW WALTZ

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INTERVIEW ON POTTSTOWN HERALD WITH ROY KEELER

This was an article/interview with myself and Roy Keeler, thanks Roy, awesome job.
One On One With Philadelphia Novelist Kerry L. Marzock
Monday, September 28, 2009

Raven’s Way By Roy Keeler, Pottstown Herald Staff Reporter

I had the pleasure to break bread with and interview author Kerry L. Marzock recently. Kerry is a novelist in the horror genre […]

By |September 29th, 2009|Day To Day Thoughts, Interview|Comments Off on INTERVIEW ON POTTSTOWN HERALD WITH ROY KEELER

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INTERESTING

So I’m a blogger now, it seems, I guess I have to get used to this and see what I can do with it. I’m definitely confuser-iliterate challenged so we’ll see where it goes. I have to figure out different things on here , like how you see the entire post to make changes, […]

By |June 24th, 2009|Day To Day Thoughts|Comments Off on INTERESTING

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