by Michael D. Brown

If you want to write well on diverse topics, there are a few things to remember. First, we must pretend there is real purpose to all the things we find ourselves doing; otherwise, we are just spinning our wheels. Second, anything that requires power usually does not come supplied with batteries, and the model must change constantly. Third, it seems we will never be able, physically, to visit the past and return, but we might be able to travel into the future and stay there. If you are a story teller, you can never really know anything for certain, but you must give the impression that you do. Keep your eyes and ears open, and something will come along providing you with an opportunity to bullshit extemporaneously.


Michael D. Brown writes whenever he can. Some of his work can be found here.