More old shorts. This one was an experiment in non-traditional narrative. It was also a prompt piece. The three word prompts were: Asteroid, Tellurium, Rictus --- The following is an excerpt from evidence presented in the case of the abandonment and supposed destruction of the mining spacecraft, Atropos. The Atropos was one of three close-proximity … Continue reading Three Fates
Another bit from one of my novels. The upside down owl is significant. --- As Tenser returned to the house, Michael took the opportunity to look around. The backyard was immense and could hold a nice-sized wedding reception party quite easily. He could see where small trails cut paths through the dense trees and walked … Continue reading Replacement Parts – A Dandelion
I forgot this. I never finished it, but it was meant to be a backstory for my Jedi Sage in SWTOR. I still play around in SWTOR on occasion, and will probably get back into it once I get my Alienware monster next week. Just a quick scene. No substance. --- The Miraluka youth named … Continue reading The Old Republic: Griegan
As you may know, I'm creating something huge. Novels, shorts, live-action performances, video games, fashion ... all epic. I need help to make it happen. (that means more people than just JD - she's got enough to put up with with me just being me) I've got two shorts ready for beta reading. (constructive criticism … Continue reading Seeking Collaborators, Fans, & Beta readers
Wtf? Poetry? From Me? If I accomplish one thing in my life, let it be that someone somewhere requests that this be read/sung at their funeral while a dozen or so midgets dance and re-enact the Battle of Poltava using a steady flood of dirty water from an overflowing baptismal font to represent the Dneiper … Continue reading Eulogy
This is the first 2,000 words of a backburner novel. Yes, I'm letting you see a portion of one of my novels. Crazy, isn't it? This one was written in shades of Vonnegut, with highlights done in Bester and Ballard. I'm not going to tell you anything else about this novel, other than its near … Continue reading Replacement Parts – An Introduction
Things are about to change.