Just wanted to jump here to wish everyone a (belated) happy New Year! 🙂 Hello, 2021!! As for a story update, Illusory is finally in the last steps of the editing process. I’ll be announcing the release date towards the end of this month/beginning of next month, so keep a look out! 😀 Anyways, the … More Hey You, Happy New Year!
“Everyone is a moon and has a dark side which he never shows to anybody.” – Mark Twain If you’ve read my stories, you know that I love showing my dark side. But most would agree that just because you have a dark side doesn’t mean you’re tapped into it 24/7. For me, my dark and horrific … More Party Like It’s All Hallows’ Eve
“Nothing is too long or too short either if you have a true and interesting tale and what I call a ‘graphic’ writing style combined with educational aims.” – Charles Portis, from his book True Grit I recently had a conversation regarding the important characteristics of being a writer. My companion and I came up with … More A Writer With True Grit
“All of us need to be in touch with a mysterious, tantalizing source of inspiration that teases our sense of wonder and goads us on to life’s next adventure.” – Rob Brezsny Well, I’ve got a few of those mysterious, tantalizing sources of inspiration. 😉 There’s probably a few writers out there who would agree … More The Men Behind My Muses
“A wounded deer leaps the highest.” – Emily Dickinson This marks my 100th post. 🙂 And what better way to honor this accomplishment than by discussing one of Emily Dickinson’s poems. “A Wounded Deer Leaps the Highest” is a remarkable poem, and the sentence alone is beautifully written, but I have to admit that my … More A Wounded Deer and a Perceived Writer