Category: General

Feb 21

Brave New Girls: Tales of Heroines Who Hack Cover Reveal!

Share:BRAVE NEW GIRLS: TALES OF HEROINES WHO HACK is a YA sci-fi anthology (edited by sci-fi authors Paige Daniels and Mary Fan) featuring stories about girls in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math)… Girls who hack not just computers, but whatever puzzles come their way, using their smarts to save the day. It’s got sci-fi …

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Nov 14

How Donald Trump Helped End My Imposter Syndrome

Share:So I have to admit that I’ve been struggling these past few years to really get my bearings back under me as a writer. Even on my blog here I’ve had numerous false starts. Such as this one back in March of 2015 or my memorial of my best friend in July of 2015. A …

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May 30

Free eBooks, Paperback Goodreads Giveaway, & A Special Anniversary

Share:I have lots to celebrate here at Toonopolis, The Blog today. I have three awesome events running at the same time. Let’s get to the meat of it! Today is the one-year anniversary of the publication of my very first title Toonopolis: Gemini. Released on 5/30/11, Gemini serves as my flagship fiction title and the introduction into my …

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Mar 22

Of Remakes, Reboots, and Retcons. TMNT = TANT?

Share:It’s been a while since I properly did a blog post. I was overwhelmed by maintaining the cartoon reviews, although I still intend to get that going again. If anyone wants to guest review something (either current or classic) please give me a holler through the Contact Form! A few days ago, I was reading …

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Jan 02

Toonopolis, The Blog – Relaunch & New Format

Share:Hello there! To those of you that were sad at Toonopolis, The Blog going on hiatus in November (yes, both of you!), fear not! I promised an update in the new year and have a plan to allow this site to build great content while not stretching myself too thin! First, you will notice that …

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Nov 26

Toonopolis, The Blog Hiatus

Share:As I was struggling to find time to watch cartoons to finish off Super Hero Month, I came to the realization that I have been simply stretching myself too thin.  After releasing a novella and nonfiction book less than a month apart, I have realized that I am just spending far too much time with …

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Jun 07

Darkness Can’t Be Invisible, Wall Street Journal

Share:A lot of the young adult community (authors, readers, publishers, even teachers and librarians) have been up in arms defending Young Adult literature after the Wall Street Journal posted a scathing article by critic Meghan Cox Gurdon (read it here).  She claimed that the content of Young Adult literature was too dark and that it …

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Mar 02

I have entered the Blogosphere.

Share:Greetings! With my book nearing the final stages of preparation for publishing, I have decided to convert toonopolis.com into an author’s blog.  I have no idea exactly what I will be posting about.  Maybe I’ll focus on what it’s like to be a stay-at-home dad.  Maybe I’ll focus on my writing.  I have no idea.  …

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