I am a Writer, and an Author. What’s the difference? This is just my opinion, so don’t get you’re socks in a bunch. A writer writes, books, articles, blog posts, short stories… An Author is published and makes money off their work. As an Author, I rake in hundreds of pennies every month.

Are Authors Competitors?

Yes, authors are competitors. Hmm… let’s think about this for a moment. The average reading time per capita (in America), per day, is 15 minutes, and this number is dropping every year. I will assume 5% of the US population reads, lol. This gives us about 17,000,000 readers, or 4,250,000 hours of reading per day. […]

Were are the men readers?

Since no one seems to have a definitive answer as to why men don’t read as much as they used to, I think I’ll throw in my two cents. No, it’s not television or movies… those things are absolutely terrible, especially lately. It’s not the internet, for the most part, or porn either. The most


The only way to make a living being an author in modern times is by pandering to the largest audience in your chosen genre. Do you want to make a living and be famous? Well, then you’re going to have to churn out books every few months, or pay huge social media influencers to claim

Rabbit Hole

Rabbit Hole is a descriptive, imagination inspiring term used to describe most of what I waste time on every day. When I get a taste of new information, I jump feet first into the hole and follow every winding tunnel of knowledge. Those tunnels almost always have their own smaller tunnels, and I follow them


Factotum [ fak-toh-tuhm ]A person with an eclectic and diverse list of hobbies, activities, and responsibilities. In this case, a man with diagnosed, but unmedicated, ADHD and a storied history of rabbit hole researching until he knows just enough to pass as satisfactory. I embody the consummate definition of “Jack of All Trades, Master of None”. Unable

About Me

Childhood Adrian was born November 30th, 1968 in a small, at the time, town east of San Francisco, California. When he was six, his family fell on hard financial times and moved to suburban Minneapolis. While his father worked multiple jobs to keep his family fed, they hopped around the Twin Cities metropolitan area for

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