Victor Koman here. I've been writing for a few years, but I've been out of touch for the last 7 while getting my AA, BSIS, and MBA degrees. Now that's all done and I can get back to my first love — writing. Blogs didn't exist in 1998 (at least not in the form they've achieved by 2005), but now I've got my own digital soapbox.
Back in 1996, I thought I'd use e-mail to submit articles to newspapers and magazines. I called it The Virtual Syndicate, but no one bit (or maybe my articles bit). A weblog makes more sense for what I want to do.
What you'll find here will be my thoughts about events of the day (wow, and I'm only the 8,000,000th blogger to do that), some of those very same articles I wrote for The Virtual Syndicate, and news about my upcoming novels.
For instance, did I mention that my novel The Jehovah Contract has been optioned for film by Robert Meyer Burnett, the writer/director of the William Shatner/Eric McCormack/Rafer Weigel comedy Free Enterprise? Of course not! I just started this blog! Watch here for more news about this Prometheus Award-winning novel's translation to film (using my own screenplay, too!).
So welcome to my worlds!