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February 20, 2020 – 9:27 am | Edit Post

When putting together Code 45‘s story, I had to make a conscious decision about how ‘realistic’ I wanted the representation of Montreal’s metro system to be.
Personally, I’ve always felt that story should come first when …

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Freelance Writing

A slice of life from the front lines of freelance writing.

Music Business

Musings, tips and stories from years spent crawling through the electronic music jungle.

Exhaust Fumes

If it's got wheels and an engine, you'll find it in here.

Comics

Documenting the ups and downs of publishing my first graphic novel, along with my thoughts on the comic book industry.

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If it didn't fit in any other category, you'll find it here.

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Growing As A Freelance Writer By Learning To Say No

June 11, 2009 – 12:25 pm | Edit Post
Growing As A Freelance Writer By Learning To Say No

Last week, I talked about the effect that saying ‘yes’ could have on your freelance business. This week, I want to flip things 180 degrees and examine the benefits of saying ‘no’.

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How Saying Yes Can Open Up Your Freelance Writing Business

June 3, 2009 – 9:08 pm | Edit Post
How Saying Yes Can Open Up Your Freelance Writing Business

In a conversation with a fellow freelancer recently, we ended up discussing the impact that certain decisions made by a writer could have not only on their freelance career, but also on their general outlook on life.

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My Miata Track Car

April 13, 2009 – 10:53 pm | Edit Post
My Miata Track Car

I recently decided to become more involved in automobile racing, something which has been a passion of mine for many years. In addition to covering the automotive industry as a freelance writer, I have also had the chance to enjoy autocross, drag racing, ice racing and rallying.