Tag: fiction

Between Lewis & Lovecraft

I met Tyler Clawson through a mutual friend as we put together a little creative inner circle. This circle of friends is currently known as the League of Stuffed Demons (LSD). Currently because the name is mercurial. Tyler has a podcast (or ten) where… Continue Reading “Between Lewis & Lovecraft”

The Archer and the Behemoth

This is based on a story prompt provided by the Story Engine. It’s pretty cool. I will not reveal what I drew until the story is done. “Captain, you’re not supposed to be here.” Ron looked up briefly before going back to the books,… Continue Reading “The Archer and the Behemoth”

Using Your Imperfections

Cold Outside It is winter in Wisconsin. Outside is dry as the moisture freezes. It’s beautiful and crisp. Inside is dry because the heat is on to keep the freezing temperatures at bay. The skin on my hands is rough and dry. Then it… Continue Reading “Using Your Imperfections”

The Imagination of Nintendo

I bought a Switch. It was a little impulsive. E3 was last week and they announced they are doing a core Pokemon RPG for the Switch. If you are unaware, I’m obsessed with Pokemon. Plushies and figurines litter my room to the point a… Continue Reading “The Imagination of Nintendo”

Team Yennifer > Team Triss

First Note: This is a massive¬†Witcher spoiler. Like anything and everything for the franchise. Second Note: I can’t believe I’m doing this. Here’s looking at you, Mac. (You can find the Team Triss opinion at his website at this link) Third Note: Mac’s post… Continue Reading “Team Yennifer > Team Triss”

The Mosquito Stratagem

This is a fan fiction based off a game I’m currently playing. The game is Blight of the Immortals. Good fun. “Sir, it looks like they’re going north. To the Thicket.” Frog growled, itching his jawls as the trolls marched before him. He let… Continue Reading “The Mosquito Stratagem”

Book Reviews: Vivatera

  I was in Utah a few weeks ago and learned a lot. Also met a lot of cool people. A new habit I wanted to form was doing regular book reviews. A cool person I met was Candace J. Thomas, author of¬†Vivatera. And… Continue Reading “Book Reviews: Vivatera”

Exhaustion

I swayed back and forth, unsure what was truth and what was hallucination. I was too tired to discern. Is that the proper path? The voice whispered to me, and I squinted sallow eyes. “No.” Why travel it? “Because I’m lonely.” I stood back… Continue Reading “Exhaustion”

Sandstorms and Will-o-Wisps

“No. No no no no.” I dropped to my knees, slack jawed, as the storm passed. I saw a half dozen illusions, beautiful and filled with hope. There were three that I reached out for, three that I wanted. The rest were too easy… Continue Reading “Sandstorms and Will-o-Wisps”

Heroes: Published in October

Weird. I thought this was further off. I was so focused on my novel that I forgot I will be published in October. I thought there would be no more publications this year, that my run for 2015 was finished. It was good. I… Continue Reading “Heroes: Published in October”