Hello everyone, It's been quite a while, but I'm going to restart this blog and make it as best as possible. Why Now? A good question! First, the reason I stopped was because life got a bit hectic with job hunting after graduation, and honestly, the pandemic started to wear on me. I'm in a … Continue reading The reset
Two words to accurately describe how I've been feeling this week. No clue why but it's starting to take its toll on me. But enough about that. In story news I've written a few more, one of which I plan on posting this Friday. Writing takes care of some of the pent up anxiety if … Continue reading Tired and anxious
Jackson gripped his sink for dear life. Its cool porcelain centered him and allowed the world to stop spinning, if only for a moment. The previous night's liquor weighed heavily on his belly and kept threatening to come back up. He gazed at the sickly pale figure in the mirror behind his sink. "You've got … Continue reading The eyes that stare back.
<- Part one. Gwynn nervously looked around a circular room. Through the bars of her cell she could see three guards sitting at a table merrily drinking and playing cards. To their left the last guard was tending a small flame in a black fireplace. But what she paid attention to most was the girl … Continue reading Acid – Part Two: Daybreak
“He killed a man over a sandwich?” Colin asked disgusted at the scene before him. “Weird isn’t it?” Mark said. “The man asked for no pickle and it had pickle. He took two bites of the thing and went berserk.” “Police work makes you realize just how crazy some people can be…” “Well hold on, … Continue reading Friday Fictioneers First Attempt
One of the blogs I follow recently put up a challenge to tag the bloggers who inspire them so I thought I'd join the fun. First I want to thank Blogosphere for thinking about me in her post. She's a nice person and perhaps a natural-born cheerleader! Her comments on my posts were always a nice … Continue reading Inspiring bloggers tag
A fire raged against a stormy sky. The air filled with the smell of brimstone, melted flesh, and an odious acidic odor the people of Deerhall hadn’t smelled for a decade. Lucrais could only watch from afar as the only home she’d ever known was melted and devastated by the great corrosive dragon Kuvrig. At … Continue reading Acid – Part One: Ancestor
So as the title says I'd like to wish you all a happy Memorial Day and make a small little announcement. Today's post may be a little late today or postponed to Friday because I'm a horrible perfectionist and want to get this right. It's the first part of my little short story experiment and … Continue reading Happy Memorial Day!
So now that the first ten chapters of the Serial Killer are out here on the blog and my V2 edits are complete I've begun working on V3. There's a bunch of key differences between these two compared to the first edit I did and the second. While V2 focused much more on editing grammar … Continue reading Signs of what’s next
<- Link to previous chapter. “Call off the dog!” Nathan yelled as the Doberman once again assumed a striking position. “Maxie good boy.” Foster said. The dog sat at once staring at its master looking for further commands. Nathan was almost annoyed at how fast the dog became docile. Nathan assumed the scene laid out … Continue reading The Serial Killer Chapter Ten: The Third Murder.