Housekeeping

New At Bullets Forever

I meant to post these as I published them, but… Anyway, here they are:

And, of course, my new podcast with Ben Becker. Our first episode focuses on the article about Gortat’s touches, as well as on what the Wizards can do to improve.

Be on the lookout for my mystery novel, which is launching in about two weeks.

Still Busy, But I’m Back!

It’s been a long hiatus (my last post was in July), but I’m planning to update more regularly going forward. At least until I get crazier busy again.

The Washington Post decided to discontinue the Box Seats blog, which was where I was writing for them. Disappointing, but it was fun to write for the Post — even if it was just online.

One reason I didn’t update much lately is that I’ve been having a blast blogging about the Redskins and the Ravens for the guys at Sportsblog.com. Even though the Skins were bad, it’s been a lot of fun. It didn’t hurt that Baltimore has been terrific.

Currently, I’m going through the Redskins units to assess what they have and what they’ll need for next season. The list of needs is lengthy.

Over at the Ravens blog, I’m about to dive into the playoffs — it’s nice to be writing about a serious Super Bowl contender.

In addition to the football blogging, I also found time to do a revision on my novel and enter it in a contest. A win would be very nice.

Look for some Wizards commentary in the next few days.

I’m back

This isn't me. It's Rick from Casablanca. Well, technically it's Bogart, but you get the point.

Did you miss me? Didn’t think so. Either way, I’m back in the blogosphere, and not just at the Washington Post.

Here’s what you can expect: Whatever pops into my head when I decide to write. Could be musings about pro basketball and the Washington Wizards. Could be my thoughts about movies, screenwriting, parenting, religion, TV or culture. Could be politics or some random story that caught my eye.

If you like what you find, leave a comment, sign up for the RSS,  and do come back. If you don’t like what you see, leave a comment, sign up for the RSS and come back. Or not — the Internet’s a big place. Lots to see and lots to do.