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WildernessPunk Abode

August 26, 2017

What is the scariest thing you can imagine? Sure, we all get nightmares of monsters and things which don’t happen to people, unless you read my novels, but what about more reality based occurrences? What has happened to you, which you just flipping hated? For me, it’s moving. Okay, maybe I’m a freak, but I’m […]

WildernessPunk Desert

August 8, 2017

I know a good number of people enjoy deserts, but always figure, I should visit them in the winter, because it’s the smart thing to do. I don’t agree. Going to the desert in the colder months is like only visiting the ocean at low tide, or having Christmas (Opps I mean the Yule Tide) […]

WildernessPunk Extravagance

July 30, 2017

So I moved from a cool mountain paradise with no humidity and mosquitos down to a steaming desert to be blasted by the heat in the middle of the summer. One could say my choice has questionable merit and might have been unwise. Butttttt, hear me out. I have also moved from the most expensive […]

WildernessPunk 7/19/17 Possessions

July 21, 2017

How much? How many? Possessions, what do we really need? Out of everything you own, how much have you used in the last month, the last year? Do you have things which haven’t seen the light for over a decade? Depending on your age, I bet you do. Of course, even in the US, there […]

WildernessPunk 6/12/17 Attitudes

June 14, 2017

Confusion abounds and confounds. Strange to think how different my life was twelve months ago. Last year, I lived in an apartment away from my children through no choice of mine. Now I’m not only with them, but it appears I will be rescuing them. It’s just up to me to figure out how. Like […]

WildernessPunk 4/17/17 Hiatus Maximus

April 18, 2017

Oh gentle readers, I suppose I’ve been neglecting you, not that many will notice and less will care. Still, WildernessPunk, the idea one can survive without most of the mundane expectations of the day. It focuses on helping the environment by using less processes and items which destroys the land and instead living closer to […]

Low Noon Edited by David A. Riley

April 10, 2017

    Genre: Horror Publisher: Science Fiction Trails Published: 2012 Reviewer Rating: 4 Reviewer: Michael D. Griffiths     Low Noon is a horror anthology set in the Weird Wild West and is edited by David A. Riley. I guess I am going through an anthology reading phase or perhaps I am desperate to read […]

New Year: WildernessPunk

January 3, 2017

I sit for a moment in the airport. Big beer/Small Salad. Pausing, I try to think on what the New Year will bring. What will it mean for me and the rest of the people and animals wiping around the universe on this giant glowing ball of life. . . Sitting within such a crowded […]

I’m Back the Return of WildernessPunk

November 15, 2016

Hello again, surprised to hear from me? I know I’ve happily spilled all sorts of jargon about the integrity of WildernessPunk and I still believe in what I have said, unlike the vast majority of our current politicians. But if there is anything I learned from this last election, truth, decency, and consistency are not […]

Heimlich in Action or Look, I’m Just Trying to Keep You Safe

October 26, 2016

Collapsing Hotel Flagstaff Arizona: So, either I care about your health and safety, dear reader, or I hope this will get someone to hire me for my ability to teach you CPR before I get thrown out of the decency-impaired hotel I’m staying in. I’ve been teaching people CPR all over this beautiful state for […]