Category: Blog

Obligation: What is it good for?

I keep hearing people ask me if I practice portions of my faith out of obligation. Of course I do. Then they make it sound like practicing my faith, or doing anything in life, as an obligation is negative. Why? Our life is filled… Continue Reading “Obligation: What is it good for?”

Morning Routine

I have a morning routine. I don’t always follow it, but I do always have it. Since I’m not sure what else to write, and I know tomorrow I will have to go through this routine, I’m going to tell you about it. Fun!… Continue Reading “Morning Routine”

No Post, Too Tired

I’m still sick. I have a men’s retreat this weekend that is really intense. I have started doing my morning routine. However, with everything piling up, I did not have time for a well thought out post dotted with adorable pictures. Work has been… Continue Reading “No Post, Too Tired”

Miracle of Cleaning

Life is an endless series of train wrecks…. It’s been a months…. I’d like to say it’s been a day, or even a week, but it has been going on three months, and it is hard to remain optimistic. Usually I can, I can… Continue Reading “Miracle of Cleaning”

Hetja Melna released!

It’s Wednesday! I had a book release. Book three is underway. I have an event online Saturday that I can’t attend because I’m camping. But I’ll make sure to post everything in advance in. The Song of Hetja Melna Talked about this the other… Continue Reading “Hetja Melna released!”

Dark Pokemon: Farfetch’d

The other day, Pokemon announced the newest addiction to Sword and Shield: Sirfetch’d. It is the new evolved form of Farfetch’d. I have mixed feeling on this. Farfetch’d was one of the original 151, so my friend will acknowledge his existence. The stick, or… Continue Reading “Dark Pokemon: Farfetch’d”

Unicorn Heard Reaches 500

Wednesday updates! They’ll be a thing. I swear. I’m like half dead and I’m doing this one, so there’s hope. Stephanie Ayers Reaches 500 People Check out the group here. I’d suggest joining. Otherwise stalk some authors for a few hours today. Whatever gets… Continue Reading “Unicorn Heard Reaches 500”

G’desh Inspirations: Arabian Nights

Here is a list of my favorite three stories from the first half of Arabian Nights. That’s it. It’s as far as I’ve gotten. I’m working through the second half, and my reading speed is picking up, as, with all things, the more you… Continue Reading “G’desh Inspirations: Arabian Nights”

The Religions of the G’desh Desert

The G’desh Desert is full of religions, but there are a few primary faiths which paint the landscape and have altered the history of the desert. Here are a few broad strokes of the faiths, based on when records state they appeared in the… Continue Reading “The Religions of the G’desh Desert”

The Races of G’desh

Here is a short compendium on the races of G’desh. Man The men of G’desh have darker skin and brown to black hair. Often times they are bearded as a cultural norm, the beards and longer hair becoming curly. While men can learn any… Continue Reading “The Races of G’desh”