FloraAndFaunaOfTheUniverse.com will feature all my speculative biology and drawings. I plan on writing a series describing life on various planets and the site is how I plan on promoting them. I also plan on featuring the worthy exobiology projects of others. If anyone has an event, project, resource, published book, or website related to extraterrestrial plants, animals, or microbes, please let me know using the contact form on the site. I would love to encourage others in this new and growing sub-genre of science fiction. Only my best drawings that I actually mean to put in the eventual book will be posted, rather than posting every doodle and any thought that happens to enter my mind as I did on InkDoodler. I will be reposting a lot of my creatures from planet Ectora, but once I am through those I will be posting all new material. Please visit!
WayOutLife.com is my personal blog that will link to every project I am involved in, including my published books of fiction and non-fiction. It is about my life. At heart, I am an explorer. This is why I write about exploring other planets and adventures of time travel paradoxes and ten-dimensional alien monsters. However, I would rather have a real adventure and I would rather take a walk in the woods surrounded my real animals than just write about imaginary ones. If I can afford it, I plan on taking a road trip and reporting my findings on the blog, along with photographs of what I see. Since life itself is an adventure, I will also post things I learn about life and love, products and people I discover, musings on physics and philosophy, and observations on ethics and spirituality. I know I don’t have all the answers, but I like to make people really think and question their assumptions. I will also be reposting all my poetry.
LocalTampaBay.com is a project of my father’s to support local pride and promote local businesses. I am the editor. When you buy locally, your money is invested back into the community instead of being sent off to some corporate headquarters in another state or country. We cover stores, businesses, services, products, parks, restaurants, museums, charities, public art and resources, history, and people of interest. Anyone can write and submit an article about a local treasure in the Tampa Bay area. Your post will be signed with your name and a link to a website of your choosing, such as your business or charity, blog, or Amazon author page.