Bird songs faded to street music. I blinked and rubbed my eyes as I stepped from the forest with my younger self beside me. Behind me were trees and woods, and before me was a chain link fence and the city beyond. "Here it is, the city," my younger self announced, "Is this want you … Continue reading A-Musing Adventures: The City of Mindless Lovers Pt. 4
It's happened! The day has come when my work was insulted and myself called a bad person because of my views! You can imagine my joy upon waking to discover this news among messages of congratulations by my fellows who also know what it's like to be spit on by the left. It's kinda strange how getting hate for … Continue reading When The Satire Site Can’t Recognize Satire
I'm writing this from a hospital room, where I have been camped out for the past few days with my good friend and her new baby boy. It's been a crazy weekend, true, but it's a perfect example of what I'm going to be writing about. I'm a pretty reflective person. I like to document my … Continue reading Update: Changing Tides
First off, I meant to do this post days ago, but kept sleeping and talking to new friends. So I told myself, "That's ok, tickets go on sale today, so I'll just do a blog post in the morning and let everyone know while telling my experience of the con this year." And then the con had to … Continue reading The Epicness That Was LibertyCon 31
The Planetary Earth anthology is out today, and you can get it here!!! Superversive’s Planetary Anthology series dares to take us home for high adventure. Tales of explorers, lost worlds, strange and wondrous creatures, gods & goddesses of old, miraculous inventions, aliens, bots and post humans, brought together in this anthology of discovery and daring. Come … Continue reading Planetary Earth Anthology Release!!
I thought it might be nice to share some basic and helpful writing tips from the fabulous L. Jagi Lamplighter. Gotten from her lovely blog, here are her words. Enjoy! # Two Strings: Two separate issues need to be going in each scene. The Trick: Raising expectations in one direction but … Continue reading Lady Lamplighter’s Writing Tips