by admin on January 20, 2011

Thanks for stopping by to check out my blog. My name is Rob, and I’ll be your host for the remainder of the flight. I am a writer, actor and comedian and for fun I volunteer as Director of Film Maker Relations for the Charleston International Film Festival. Check out the tab (above) for some of my writing projects and screenplays..


by admin on July 26, 2014

Just saw John Hiatt last night at the North Charleston Coliseum. Not that that has anything to do with with my long Hiatus from writing in this blog, but it’s a word play thing.

Had technical difficulties with the blog, the white screen of death that apparently sometimes befalls wordpress themed blogs. weird. couldn’t post, couldn’t see much of anything, either.

New events/happenings in my life.

Taking the level four improv class at Theatre99. Last class on Monday next and then a recital Tuesday evening July 29th. (where has this month gone?)

Writing for a new show, secret stuff – to be announced, but working with Charlie James, Steve Cardinal and Doug Clinton. Sign up for the email list here This ones going to fly folks. stay tuned.

Finished and published my latest novel, Lot 23. Buy it for Kindle. here

Performing alternate Wednesdays on a Murder Mystery Cruise on Charleston Harbor here

Not too busy. oh yeah, Go-Live with the new Epic software at MUSC.. no link… ha. lots of hours at work. ugh. Happy to have a job.

Also Robert Cray opened for John Hiatt. nice double bill, eh?


Fanning the Fire

March 19, 2014

As anyone who has been camping knows, a fire burns brighter when you give it more oxygen. Most people do that by fanning the fire or blowing on it. It’s simple rules of physics. You need three things to start a fire or to keep one going, fuel, spark and oxygen. Take away one of [...]

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Ten Year Anniversary

February 2, 2014

Seems like only yesterday we were freezing our asses off in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania where Phil had not seen his shadow and the world had seen a glimpse of Janet Jackson’s right nipple. (that’s the nicer of the two.) Amazingly enough the nip only made an appearance for 9/16th of a second but the slow motion [...]

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New Year and Saving Money.

December 28, 2013

The new year is coming up and although I don’t do new years resolutions I ran across this money saving plan. The plan seems pretty do-able. How to save money on a weekly basis. Let me know what you think. Image from http://savingabuck.com

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Lot 23 – Progress Report

November 17, 2013

Notes from the desk of Dr. Rem: Lot 22 has shown a lot of promise. I truly believed that the radioactive isotopes combined with the latest chemical concoction would do the trick. It was very close. There were signs of brain activity in the reticular activation system that migrated through the cerebellum and into the [...]

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Staying on Track

October 29, 2013

The only way I can manage to stay on track is to announce goals every month. I’ve talked a bit about this – my “New Month’s Resolution” plan. Part of that plan has been releasing a new book on Amazon every thirty days. I’m not sure how long I can keep this up, but if [...]

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Job at Carpenter…

October 15, 2013

So this is kind of funny. I got an invitation to connect on LinkedIn from an old colleague at Carpenter Technology. He has moved on and is in real estate and I’m always happy to connect with old friends and colleagues. You never know when a connection might enhance your life in some way, or [...]

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Pursuing Passion

September 25, 2013

September has been a fantastic month for me. Normally I do my “New Month’s Resolution”(R) to plan out my goals for the month, but I was so busy getting things done that I didn’t make a resolution.   A quick recount. Three books completed and up for sale through Amazon’s KDP (Kindle) program. Blaze Motors [...]

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Running on empty

September 22, 2013

I’ve written a few posts lately on events from my past and here is another one. I’m driving through Texas, again, probably heading to Phoenix after doing my time in the Army, but to be honest, I don’t know. Like I said I am driving, and I’m in my Suzuki Samurai. I really liked that [...]

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Jungfrau, the Adventure Begins

September 20, 2013

My first time skiing in the Swiss Alps was quite an experience. If you’ve ever been to the Bernese Oberland region of Switzerland, you will know that the scenery, and occasionally the cold, will take your breath away. The mountain I skied on was called the Jungfrau (virgin) and is called the roof of the [...]

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