Monday, July 29, 2013


Welcome to the asterisk post. I say "asterisk" because in my post of July 29th over at Cedar's Mountain, I linked up to an asterisk.

This post is simply an explanation as to why I first write out my posts by hand before posting them on my blog. Over the years (five and counting) I've found it was much easier and less aggravating to write out my blog posts by hand in advance. The main reason behind it is that I have a lot of downtime throughout my work day and in order to stay busy and stay out of trouble, I often take out a pad of paper and a pen, and write whatever comes to mind. Makes work life a helluva lot easier, simpler and safer.

However, if you happen to stumble across this particular blog by using "the next blog" feature on the Blogger dashboard and you're pretty much in the dark as to who I am and what I write/blog, please check out the following links so that you might get a better idea on who I am.

The link up on top is to my main blog entitled Cedar's Mountain, now entering its fifth year. I blog about whatever suits my interest, which this year happens to cover a lot about writing, my work life and my general observations about the cyber world.

If pictures are your bag, then please check out my picture/video blog entitled Shooting Suburbia. I've recently resurrected this after a long hiatus and it features pictures taking in and around Newington, Cedar Mountain (real mountain by the way) and wherever else that happens to strike my fancy.

If adult oriented blog writing is your cup of tea, please feel free to check out this blog's archive. In order to not deal with the hassles of censorship with my blog writing, I've posted a few NSFW goodies here that people have found interesting to read.

In addition to being a blogger, I'm also a newbie writer. My commercial debut, of which you saw the banner on the front page, is an adult paranormal/fantasy that is classified by my publisher as erotica. For details about the book, you can check out either my book blog, Books by G.B. Miller or my publisher, Solstice Publishing. Line 21 is available as both an e-book and print.

Also, I have a short story e-book trilogy called "Broken Promises", which is available at Smashwords.

I can also be found on Facebook as well: personal page and my public page.

I would like to sincerely thank you for stopping by my blog today, and please, feel free to peruse those other links at your leisure. Also, if you would a like a sample of my writing, my short story Red Stripe was published back in 2011.