The Midas Protocol Series
When Dr. Lawrence Bingham is brutally murdered in 1983 and his Gold Box is stolen, little does Hank Raglan, a brilliant young materials scientist realize that his life and the fate of the Universe might forever be altered.
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My goal is to write a great fantastic book and to build a following for it on my author’s platform, which is this website, ScratchWriting.com. To do that, I am embarking on somewhat of a nutty idea. I want to build a community directory—a guide to the shops and services that are around me—in the northern suburbs of Pittsburgh.
I need to be more productive, that is for sure. There is no way the entire Midas Protocol series will write itself, while I sip coffee in the morning and think about the rest of the story. I need to quiet my mind, quit thinking, and start doing. I need to be mindful during that schedule and stay focused on the task at hand in the context at large. When it is writing time, I have to choose to write. I have to commit to write and I cannot be distracted.
I am not sure if this constitutes a legitimate approach to building an author’s platform or book audience, but I don’t think it hurts, and it may make the most out of a an unpleasant waste of your precious time anyway. Heck, you might just take solace the next time someone sells you out of the blue. Read me out.
Binge-watching episodes of your favorite shows does no favors for your brain, writes Robert Preidt for the HealthDay Reporter. I wonder then if binge reading is equally as bad?
Monday, August 12 - I stayed up late night and binge watched the entire docuseries ‘The Family’ on Netflix. At first I thought it would simply be a good series to put on as I struggled with a chest cold and aimed to drift of to a sleep on the family room coach. But, I was captivated.
I am now wrestling with what to name the Midas Protocol series, which is the most redundant thing I have stated yet in any of my blog posts. Let me explain.
The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) has received a NASA grant to fund a new project called In-situ Vent Analysis Divebot for Exobiology Research (InVADER).
Nobody likes to be rejected, but rejection on some level, can be validating. I am not advocating a loser’s mentality here, whatever that is, but in some sense, I did my homework.
Is it possible that there can be too many people on top of the mountain? Matt contemplates his career aspirations and reminds us that sometimes the best view of the mountain is from Base Camp.
I saw Infinity Wars: Endgame yesterday with my kids and it was a great cinematic experience at the movies. It was so good, it is better than Star Wars.