I’m a very responsible person. I keep my commitments. But, I honestly suck at maintaining a blog. I think it stems from a variety of things. First, I’m trying to be a lot of things at once. Second, I haven’t
It’s the end of National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) and countless participants will be eager to share their stories with their friends. Here are some helpful tips for reading your friend’s writing and offering them critique that won’t break their
Five and a half years before the events of The Living God… Seven Healers and two weeks. That’s what it took to mend a charred body, one that was beyond human form. Each Healer worked interchangeably to manage the
Some people are naturally good at cooking. Some are naturally good at singing. And while the world is filled with people who are naturally good at something, Devon hardly thought that many of them were naturally good at killing.
Hey guys! Thanks for supporting The Living God Campaign! As a thanks for being such great supporters so far, I thought I would treat you to a dark fantasy story I started a few years back while I was taking
For right now a short story, but maybe in the future a novel. Morning Brook, a quiet town in central Pennsylvania, nestled in the valley of two large foothills, had very few legends. None of which could compete with the
Last night I had a strange dream, the first really good dream that I’ve had since I started getting insomnia. I’m not exactly sure how it started, for everything before I ended up on the bridge was nothing but a
Bendly Banner knew fame well enough. After all, he’d always had it. He was born famous -no, he was famous even before being born. He was the offspring of two exceedingly famous actors, both of which led tumultuous lives, and it