Welcome! I started this blog to chronicle my year living in Spain, and now it is a full blown travel blog! Read about my current travels by clicking on Phil’s Blog. My wife Jesse also has a blog of our travels. I wrote a book called “Killer Rabbits” and also write about fantasy baseball. Enjoy!
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Spain Living (2021-22)
While working from home during the Covid-19 pandemic, my wife Jessica and I decided to apply for Visas and move to Spain for a year; in the city of Gijón in Asuturias, which is in North Spain.
Back in 2014 I wrote a post-apocalyptic book about a Flu that jumps from Rabbits to Humans and kills 99.9% of humanity, and what happened in one city amongst a group of survivors. It won many awards and was lauded by millions, especially because it was so prescient in regards to Covid-19. (The first two of those previous mentioned statements are quite untrue). If you have a Kindle unlimited account, it’s Free!
Fantasy Baseball Writing
Currently I write for the Dynasty Baseball Website The Dynasty Guru, and you can check out my latest post by clicking below. From 2016-2018 I wrote for another fantasy baseball website called Razzball, and those are archived by clicking on the link below. I will also add some content exclusive to my website.
Pictured: Andre Dawson, 1987 NL MVP and my favorite player. My mother took me to a game and after the game we waited for autographs and while she didn’t have a sharpie (which is what most players signed with) she did have a black Bic pen, and he signed it (more like indented) the card. We also handed a card to pitcher Mike Harkey, who handed it back and said, “this isn’t me,” and since we didn’t have his card in the pack, he didn’t sign anything. I did also get an autograph from 1989 ROY Jerome Walton, which I am sure you all envy. Both autographs I still have.
*note: this blog is in no way, shape, or firm related to the book or movie Way Past Cool. I just like how the three words go together and that they are unclear if the person in question is so far past cool they are lame, which is likely the case, or that they are beyond cool, which hopefully is the case, but probably not.