Isaac E. Payne

Freelance Writer & Blogger

United States

I'm part creative writer, part technical blogger. I've worked for an inbound marketing firm as a content writer, specializing in blog content for clients in the manufacturing sector.

I've also edited Parsec Ink's speculative anthology, Triangulation: Extinction, and publish my own creative writing.

Please feel free to contact me via email: [email protected]

Colorado Springs Gazette
Sporting Events You Didn't Know You Could Bet On In The US

By Isaac Payne The Super Bowl, the World Series, and March Madness are some of the largest sporting events in the USA, drawing thousands of bettors to the enticing lines each year. But, while you're waiting around for the next big event to kick off, take a look at some of the niche events!

The CBD Guru | Building Healthier Lifestyles With CBD
How To Use CBD Oil for Erectile Dysfunction | Does It Work?

CBD and other hemp-related products are well-known for their mysterious, and sometimes miraculous, healing abilities. They've been known to reduce joint pain from arthritis, help manage symptoms from anxiety, depression, and PTSD, as well as improve neurological health. Is there anything that CBD can't help?

The Daily Iowan
3 Things Online Gambling Sites Don't Want You to Know...

For years, gamblers have been trying to figure out new methods and systems for maximizing their profits while gambling online, but often with little success. After all, online casinos and sportsbooks keep their secrets under lock and key. But we've spent a lot of time digging up a handful of these secrets, and are going...

Win Great Leads With SaaS Demo Best Practices

I don't know about you, but I probably see at least 4-5 ads a day that scream "FREE TRIAL!" or "7-DAY FREE DEMO," whether it's for Disney+ or a contact management software. Seeing so many demos out there on the market got me thinking about how successful these companies actually are.

Timequake, Vonnegut's Classic, Literary, Autobiographical Sci-Fi Drama

Kurt Vonnegut is arguably one of the greatest American writers of our time. He's been described as the Mark Twain of the 20 th century, and his fiction pairs intense satire with thoughtful philosophic musings. My first run-in with Kurt Vonnegut was his science-fiction short story Harrison Bergeron , published in 1961.
Reading William Gibson's Neuromancer In 2020 -

This year there's been a lot of hype around the cyberpunk genre, mainly because of the highly anticipated release of CD Projekt RED's Cyberpunk 2077. With all the time in the world thanks to the pandemic lockdown, I thought it was a good time to jump into one of the cyberpunk's earliest and most beloved novels, Neuromancer by William Gibson.