Tag Archives: Writing

Listen up, True Believers!

I’m taking a break from Da Great Goblin Rebellion this week to share with you all something that happened to me. Full warning, if you are expecting a profound moment of clarity, cool your jets. It’s not that sort of … Continue reading

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Bronzed Words

Eight years ago I made my first post on this blog and I have consistently put something new up each Monday since then. While I know this is not a Monday, it is the actual date, September First. By the … Continue reading

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Some Good News!

My short story, “An Odd Missive”, has been selected as a Quarter-Finalist in the Script 2 Comic Contest! This is very exciting to me as I am a lover for novels both prose and graphic. Winners will have their work … Continue reading

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Some Good News!

I just wanted to share with all my constant readers that a play I wrote is being performed at the GI60 Festival in the UK! All of the plays are 60 seconds long, hence the name. I’m posting the details … Continue reading

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Art Irritates Life

It’s due. I know, I know. Do you have anything? Maybe… Do you want to tell me about it? NO! Okay, okay! Sorry. I’m stressed. Because of- Exactly. We could do something else. I really need to finish this. How … Continue reading

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No Escape

Snow lightly dusted the statue in the courtyard. Looking up, Molly felt the flakes land on her face and then melt. Soon the storm would grow and it would be impossible to see anything. Pulling the heavy bronze key out … Continue reading

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A Light in the Dark

There is a tradition of saying goodbye to the old year like a guest who has long overstayed their welcome. Hit the bricks Old Year, we’re sick of your nonsense! Come on in New Year, you HAVE TO BE BETTER! … Continue reading

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Worn Paths

He wandered through the stacks, looking for something. His fingertips brushed over the spines of books. It all seemed familiar, but the comfort that usually accompanied the sensation was absent. All subjects had been explored, extensively, and any related topics … Continue reading

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Read or Write

I love books but I’ve read very little of late. You may be asking, “If you love books, why aren’t you reading them?” A fair question. I will address it in a roundabout manner. There must be at least a … Continue reading

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Striking Six Again

Having just finished a very long piece, novel-length in fact, I find myself wanting to write shorter things. So I’m returning to the shortest form I know of, the six-word story. Think of it as a pallet cleanser, like an … Continue reading

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