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Revelry Snippet – Help Please

So, there is a particular scene in Revelry that involves Asa pretty much being a cheap version of Walter White. His destiny is a Healer, and Healers have to know how to create certain combinations of chemicals and other stuff that I’d rather not go into terrible detail over as to give away too much … Continue reading

Preview of Revelry

So for all those folks who didn’t get in on the beta reading of Revelry, I’d like to extend the first couple of pages to you to read. Granted, it’s all subject to change, but I haven’t updated my blog in a while and I haven’t finished reading a book in a while either. Enjoy … Continue reading

Hypocritical

Actions speak louder than words. Yet, words can facilitate the actions you have spoken. Instead of being blatant about this, of course I am going to write in code. A student in college chose History as his major. He was passionate about it, was sure it was what he wanted for his future. But, after … Continue reading

Acceptance.

I am slowly coming to terms with something that is very hard for me to accept. A week ago today, I lost something very dear to me. I thought I could find it, but after searching and searching and searching, I am at a place of acceptance that searching is no longer necessary. About seventeen … Continue reading

Not A Hero

Well, I am going to be lazy and just copy and paste a poem I wrote for my Creative Writing class this last semester. It’s kind of how I am feeling right now as well. Hope you all enjoy. It’s also a very very poor attempt at iambic pentameter. Here we go. — Not A … Continue reading

“Puzzles”

I am 100% aware that it has been an excruciatingly long time since I have updated! Between school, work, and doctor’s appointments, I have literally had no downtime for ANYTHING! I have an assignment due in Creative Writing over setting and I figured I’d cross post it here so that whoever is still reading my … Continue reading

Intestinal

So, for creative writing, we had a choice between four different types of poems. I chose an elegy. It’s an elegy to my dead intestines. It’s a bit gruesome, so you’ve been warned. Here it is! (Sorry for the lack of updates. School and work are taking over) — Intestinal A tear A hole No … Continue reading

Carcassonne

When I was fifteen years old, I visited this really awesome place in France called Carcassonne. It is a walled city where parts of┬áRobin Hood: Prince of Thieves were filmed. I basically fell in love with this place and thought it was the best thing since sliced bread. However, many people in my delegation were … Continue reading

Vindictive? Only Somewhat.

  A few years ago, a man who thought he held so much power told me point blank, “I don’t know you from Adam.” He was rigid in his ways and refused to even help me out an inkling. So, instead of backing down from this fight that he ensued, I fought back even harder. … Continue reading

The Playroom

I’m feeling both lazy and nostalgic tonight and in lieu of posting an entry on fame, I will be pulling out an essay I wrote for my autobiographical writing class. I never got a grade on it – because I had to drop the class for medical reasons – and I would like honest opinions … Continue reading