Greetings, and good morning fellow travelers!! I hope all is well in your world.

A big welcome, and thank you to the new subscribers!

The evolution of this site has been, for lack of a better term, unpredictable. The content changes, month to month. The story is always in flux; though the goal and dream remains the same.

Before continuing, there is one subscriber I have to take a moment and give props to. I believe he’s been with me since (literally) day one, has never asked for anything in return, and I have to officially state for the record: Dirty Sci-Fi Buddha… you are the best. I love you my brother. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for always supporting me. I started this site in 2016, without a clue where it was heading, and if I’m not mistaken, you were one of the first (if not the literal first) to join me on this adventure. Huge shout-out to you, my friend 🙂

Please, take a moment and follow/subscribe to Buddha’s content.

I don’t spend a lot of time online, other than research. I do my best to support those I care about, but I openly admit I don’t invest a ton of energy actively engaged in other’s: posts, social media, blogs, musings, poetry, stories, videos… etc. Time is a limited resource I try to utilize to the best of my ability, and I’m always working.

During my work day, I’m in front of a computer screen crunching numbers. When at home, I’m on the computer writing, reading, and studying. My eyes get strained and tired, and I’m forced to walk away from the monitor. It’s not that I don’t want to participate, hit the like button, leave a comment, or share with the populace… it’s just my eyeballs hurt and I have to resort to other non-computer related activities until that moment when exhaustion takes over, and I’m officially done for the day.

Well, I plan to change that. With subscriber(s) permission(s), I’d like to provide your blog link at, and help share the love. With each upcoming post, I’ll pick one or two subscribers and include their content/link info somewhere on this site.

That’s what it’s all about, right? Networking. Making connections. Staying connected. Growing… even little by little. Sharing. Exchanging. Having dialogue. In a day and age when those human necessities in life are becoming more challenging, now is the time to reinvent how we engage with each other. Our paradigm is about adaptation. How do we successfully remain human, when our humanity is always challenged?

By helping others. Communal living. Making, and sustaining positive connections. I have to always do my part when possible, even in the seemingly smallest way. I can write a post, but I need to be more vigilant in helping others get their love out. Love is the only thing that can heal this fractured world.

Our goal should always be to spread the love we all know we’re capable of.

A short post this morning. I took a personal day off from work. The plan is to tinker around the homestead, spend time with my dog (Zoey), sip coffee, run a couple of local errands, chat with the kiddo, and debate on whether or not I can work up the energy to rake the front lawn. Bleck. I’d rather chew broken glass.

All is still a go on the novel. The second or third week of November should be the time when all the componants are in my hand and I can finally commit. Between now, and then… I prepare for the winter season, and working on the next book in the series with some light editing.

My Facebook author page is currently a running series of journal entries if anyone wants to follow along. A little behind the scenes activity, leading up to the release of the Surrender Game.

If nothing else… I’m having fun. Let’s keep having fun.

I suppose that’s all for today.


Thank you for reading and joining me on my journey. Please subscribe in the provided area to receive a notification of new posts by email or feel free to follow me on Twitter @jeremymorang, or like my Facebook page to read up on a character’s journal entries, receive information about the Guardian War Chronicles, and other installments to come. My silly YouTube channel can be found here. Please give this a like if you like it, share with others to help spread the love, or leave a comment if you wish. See you at the next one.

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