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1974
  • (October 9) born in Dallas, Texas
 
1978
  • Sister Valerie Clark born
 

1982

  • Moves to Houston

 

1984

  • Moves back to Dallas

 

1989

  • Parents divorce

 

1991

  • Featured as a model in friend Walt Marcum's book Sharing Groups in Youth Ministry

 

1993

  • (May) Graduates from Lake Highlands High School

 

1999

  • (June) Short story "The Rainbow-Colored Sheep" published on the Internet

 

  • (August) Short story "The Ghost in the Olive Grove" published on the Internet

 

  • (September) Short story "Aries' Cage" published on the Internet

 

  • (December) Novel Cry, Wolf published by Xlibris Corporation

 

2000

  • (February) Short stoy "Night Light" published on the Internet

 

  • (March) Ongoing serial novel The Chronicles of Nightfire, Texas is launched on the Internet

  • (September) Ongoing newsletter The Glenn C. Scrolls is launched on the Internet.
 
     

2003

  • (January) Collection of short stories The Great Debate published by Writers Club Press

 

  • (June) Ongoing blog It's All About Me! is launched on the Internet

 

  • (July) Final issue of The Glenn C. Scrolls published on the Internet

 

  • (July) Short story "Music of the Metrognomes" published on the Internet

 

  • (September) Final installment of It's All About Me! published on the Internet

 

2004

  • (January) Ongoing blog From the Author's Desk launched on the Internet

 

  • (December) Short story "Dr. Coffee's Pill" published on the Internet

 

2005

  • (January) Short story "Worse than a Gremlin" published on the Internet

 

  • (April) Short story "Breath" published on the Internet

 

  • (May) On-going poetry series Haikus Are Stupid: A Most Mind-Numbing Volume of Weird Poetry launched on the Internet

 

  • (July) Short story "Hollow Jane" published on the Internet

 

  • (October) Begins working as the Youth Program Director at White Rock United Methodist Church

 

  • (December) Short story "The Escapist" published on the Internet

 

2007

  • (February) Short story "The Gift" published on the Internet

 

  • (October) Novel Metrognomes: The Shaman's Apprentice published by iUniverse.

 

2008

  • (September) Short story, and series launch The Legends of Nod #1 "The Dragons of Nod" published on the Internet

 

2010

  • (March) Ongoing YouTube video series White Rock Youth launched with the episode "A Magical Adventure"

 

  • (May) Ongoing blog Piece of Mind launched

 

  • (September) "Haiku No. 112" published, ending the poetry series' run

 

  • (November) Short story "The Briar Patch Evangelist; or, The Tale of Beater Rabbit" published on the Internet

 

  • (December) YouTube series White Rock Youth concludes with episode 6 "Youth Sunday, Part 2"
 
2011
  • (November) Novelette "Night Light II: The Trial of Ooga Booga" published
 
2012
  • (August) Short story "Benches" published

 

  • (October) Novelette "Scarecrow" published

 

  • (November) The Chronicles of Nightfire, Texas #15 "Into the Light" published, ending the initial run of the serial fiction series

 

  • (December) Short story "The Christmas Spirit" published
 
2013
  • (February) Novella The Chronicles of Nightfire, Texas, Volume I: The Vampire Murders published, collecting issues 1-3 of The Chronicles of Nightfire, Texas

 

  • (July) Leaves Youth Program Director position at White Rock United Methodist Church
 
2014
  • (May) Second edition novel Cry, Wolf: Shadow of the Werewolf published with a new prologue and series title "Shadow of the Werewolf"

 

  • (June) Novel The Chronicles of Nightfire, Texas, Volume II: The Haunting of Alexas Mansion published, collecting issues 4-15 of The Chronicles of Nightfire, Texas

 

  • (October) Short story "Dario Jung and the GPS from Hell" published
 
2015
  • (February) Short story "And then an Elephant Shot Out of His Chest" published

 

  • (December) Short story "Mommy Doesn't See Me" published
 
2016
  • (June) Ongoing vlog series launched on YouTube with the episode "Suspicious Driving!"

 

  • (July) YouTube series What's My Deal? launched with the episode "Why YouTube?"

 

  • (July) YouTube series A Year of Free E-Books launched with the episode "The Rainbow-Colored Sheep"

 

  • (July) Serial fiction installment The Legends of Nod #5 "The Mech Valley Debacle, Part II" published, ending the series' run in serial e-book format and making way for the existing adventures to be repackaged and continued as books

 

  • (July) YouTube series Between the Lines launched with the episode "Origin of 'The Rainbow-Colored Sheep' "

 

  • (October) Novella The Demons of the Blood: A Metrognomes Adventure published

 

  • (October) YouTube series Yo, Dog! launched with the episode "Yo, Dog! My Mom is Darth Vader!"
 
2017
  • (January) Short story "The Deep-Seated Fear of Ariana Jack" published
  • (May) Short story "An Unexpected Snow" published
 































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