When I was in prison, I spent two weeks in Segregation. Some of the only books available to read were several by Dean Koontz. Staring at his book titles for time uncountable, I realized some patterns, and eventually made this chart. Enjoy the laughable absurdity! 🙂
Hello friends, new and old! In case you didn’t know, I served two years in Illinois state prisons from 2010-2012 for marijuana possession with intent to distribute. Just wanted to let you know that, for the first time anywhere, I’ll be sharing an exclusive 20-ish page excerpt from my memoir REBEL HELL: DISABLED VEGAN GOES TO PRISON, which is wildly entertaining and funny–but also intensely political, addressing numerous social issues, from animal rights to classism and misogyny, environmentalism to the inherent racism and unjust nature of the American “Justice” System.
The excerpt will be featured in my first monthly author e-newsletter; to receive the sneak-peak and other great content, including opportunities to win free stuff, please sign up here:
The professionally designed cover of my forthcoming memoir Rebel Hell: Disabled Vegan Goes to Prison has been leaked! I’m busting my ass to perfect the Januscript and prepare its publication and launch; I hope to release it around mid-July. What do you think of it? Let me know in the comments =)
My publisher, Trebol Press, is offering a 20% discount on their entire paperback catalogue if you order from their WEBSITE and enter the following promo code upon checkout: R6CDGADH. This includes my darkly funny anti-Monsanto revenge thriller Orange Rain–which has been called “A compelling, fast-paced adventure through some of society’s most intriguing subcultures.” Orange Rain was indie publisher Trebol Press’s #1 BESTSELLER for the month of December. Click above to order it for 20% off!
Happy World Vasectomy Day! I got mine in 2010 from Planned Parenthood in San Francisco (which sadly is no longer there) and couldn’t be happier with the decision.
“A courageous man doesn’t run from risk, he shares responsibility with his partner. He doesn’t give in to fear. He gets a vasectomy out of love. And if that love includes concern for the planet our children will inherit, you should know that a vasectomy lowers carbon footprint 28 times more than a lifetime of reducing, reusing and recycling.
So on World Vasectomy Day we celebrate the men and women who rise as one to take responsibility for our children, our families and our future. For some this means choosing to get a vasectomy, for the doctors and providers it means doing them.”
Check out this fun, ribald poem I wrote about the experience.
Hey, I finally got a decent-looking website up! Check it out 🙂
Also, the Kindle edition of my darkly funny anti-Monsanto political revenge thriller Orange Rain is temporarily on sale for just $0.99! It currently has *28* five-star reviews, check it out! You don’t even need a Kindle to read, you can download the Kindle app and read on your computer or smartphone 🙂