Just up the street from Pike’s Place Market and standing tall on the corner of 4th Ave and Spring street is a building that looks like a giant greenhouse on architectural steroids. Welcome to the Seattle Central Public Library. I usually like to dive into the history of places that…

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Hey everyone! I know you are patiently awaiting the release of my first novel, “TW: Flatline” and I’m super excited about sharing it with all of you! It’s not quite yet out ready for order, but in the meantime, enjoy this short excerpt ! Artwork by the lovely and talented…

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Potato Mountain – what the heck is it? Potato Mountain lies just on the outskirts of LA County, nestled in the San Gabriel Mountains. You guys know how much I love a good backstory. I searched far and wide for some history on this so called Potato Mountain. Like, WHERE…

What is a mountain if not for potatoes.

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Guano Point is a classic story of ┬ánature’s tendency to laugh at human greed. Guano Point is one of the stops on the Grand Canyon West tour. It offers insane views of the canyon, and literally ZERO barriers. You could just fall right off. People actually DO fall into the…

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I have been to Seattle many times, but for some reason or another, I had never visited the Gum Wall. If you have never heard of Seattle’s Gum Wall, let me fill you in. It is an alley with gum covered walls. That’s the general overview. How to get there:…

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