Tonight, for a single hour, I wasn't pre-occupied with thoughts of books, book releases, future books, upcoming events, making music, reading, or writing assignments. My girlfriend and I just sat in the car in a parking lot and discussed our day, what we liked and disliked about it, and how we could make tomorrow better.... Continue Reading →
The ever changing Texas weather has finally knocked me for a loop. I'm working from home today, dozing in and out of consciousness, and looking for just about anything to bring me out of this allergy induced coma. I believe I may have found it! A Taste Of Home has received its 42nd Amazon Review!... Continue Reading →
I spend so much of my time reviewing books and interviewing authors that I'd forgotten what it was like to have my own brain picked apart! Great interview! Read The Interview!
Every memory is a poem yet to be written... "Born In July" Misty morning alone with my thoughts The fog rose like a theater curtain Revealed you in all your glory Your eyes signaled readiness Magic words uttered softly in the wilderness I gripped you like a soldier’s farewell Our lips intertwined in remembrance Lost... Continue Reading →
As of Wednesday 9.26.18, I've been accepted into the International Thriller Writers organization! I'm so crazy busy right now that I don't have time to explain what that means but Google is free! lol. Seriously though, I'll post more about this when I get time. Just wanted to put it out there. Thanks to all... Continue Reading →
Musician Tommy Cross (8 Bore, Whiskeyhat) and I played the Texan Theater today for what they call The Hump Day Happy Hour! (The clock on the north side of the courthouse has been stuck at 5 o'clock forever therefore...it's always 5 o'clock in Greenville, TX. If you can't believe the courthouse...what can you believe?). I... Continue Reading →
If you're in or near the town of Greenville, Texas this week, I will be a busy little man! Wednesday September 19th at 5pm I will be appearing at the Texan Theater for the Hump Day celebration. Musician Tommy Cross and I will try our best to entertain you to give thanks for mid-week! Saturday... Continue Reading →
Are you a Walking Dead fan? Do you live near Greenville, TX? Want to watch the season premiere with other Walking Dead fans, play trivia, and dress like your favorite character? This will be the place to do it! Hosted by Texan Theater owner Barbara Horan and local author C. Derick Miller, the Walking Dead... Continue Reading →
This week, I went the childish route lol. My Granddaughter gets in on the action! Read The Review! Watch The Review!
A Taste Of Home is finally here! I will be having a signing event at The Wind, The Willow bookstore in downtown Greenville, Texas on Saturday September 22nd, 2018. I will also be doing a public reading of the first chapter at The Texan Theater in Greenville on September 19th, 2018 at 5pm! Copies will be... Continue Reading →
In the beginning...there was an idea. The idea became three. Now, the idea is ten and I couldn't be happier! Founded in 2018 by C. Derick Miller and Patrick Harrison III, the HCWL has one mission: To bring writers together in fellowship and show support toward the growth of our art! Meetings are held monthly in... Continue Reading →
I just met author Rick Parent at The Wind, The Willows bookstore in downtown Greenville and purchased a copy of his book. I'm a wolf fanatic and can't wait to read it! He will also be attending tonight's HC Writers' League meeting. Finally networking with MY people! We are both writers with a deep love... Continue Reading →
I was on my way to perform a wedding and suddenly threw on the brakes! I was actually home in time to visit The Wind The Willows Bookstore in my hometown of Greenville, TX so I jumped on the opportunity. The owner, Mary Grace Rodriguez, is a total sweetheart! She knew me as soon as... Continue Reading →
Taken from the Greenville Herald Banner 8.5.18 by Travis Hairgrove Like music, storytelling is an art that virtually everyone enjoys in some shape or form. Whether it’s a movie, a novel, a comic book, a fairytale told by a parent to a child from memory, a ghost story told when the power goes out, a... Continue Reading →
The Hunt County Writers' League will meet again on Saturday August 11th @ 5pm. We would like to thank Barbara Horan of the Texan Theater for being gracious enough to loan her lobby to us once more! The shop inside the theater has coffee and tea good enough to put Starbucks to shame! Bring something... Continue Reading →