My Big Scrivener Fail (And How to Avoid it!)

Scrivener is a writer’s best friend. It’s an app that’s sorta like Microsoft Word, but tons better. Scrivener made it specifically for authors, and it has so much more functionality and usefulness than Word that it’s hard to compare the two programs. I’ve written my last three novels using...

Why Facebook Is Your Enemy

Read this TechCrunch article. Just another example of why I’ve (mostly) stopped using Facebook. Facebook sees you as nothing more than a data point in an algorithm. They care not a whit for your privacy. They don’t care if you want their app on your Android phone or not....

The Kidney Stone Chronicles

(Or, Keith and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day) Monday, Jan. 7, 2019. Situation normal when I woke up. Started working on a long document that needed to be edited quickly. Within 10 minutes of starting, I knew something was wrong. By 9:30 a.m., I knew something...

Phone Addiction Is Real

Read this article about smartphone addiction, and tremble. It is happening, and it’s only getting worse. I despise this growing phenomenon so much that I wrote a whole novel about it. It’s called Internet Kill Switch, and one of the major themes is the effect a worldwide Internet outage...

Glucose 96 Makes Me Happy

The holidays are safely past, so I did my first glucose check of 2019. Good news — the number was 96, post-prandial (which means after eating). This is very good, as my glucose readings had started creeping up. I was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes last year, so I...