Daichi peered through the thin leaves of the snow covered bush. He shifted positions and a branch cracked underfoot. To his right, Bifrons only rolled his eyes. “What is that thing?” Daichi kept his voice low. “What?” Bifrons asked. “I can't hear you. I doubt that thing even has ears. Speak up.” Daichi vigorously shook … Continue reading Creature Chapter: Ice
Most of the people in opposition of the kneelers aren't grasping the intended message of the protest. I see tweets calling the athletes 'ungrateful millionaires.' The athletes aren't protesting for themselves. They are protesting for those who don't have the voice or the national stage to bring attention to the issues. People say they are … Continue reading People are missing the point
Publishing books on Amazon has gotten me thinking (along with doing some ARCing around for others). It's crazy how a book dipping below 4.0 on Amazon on Goodreads feels like a death sentence. Although, that may be a bit of an exaggeration I'm sure it doesn't help. Going off personal experience—in which I think I'm … Continue reading Book Reviews: What’s your philosophy?
Triction Part 1 - Triction Part 2 Ken’s fingertips glided over a couple of keys, still working on that same text message from an hour earlier. He had made very little progress, lamenting his inability to focus more than actually typing. He would get a few letters down on the screen but then become distracted … Continue reading Triction, Part 3 of 3
Triction, Part 1 Back in the apartment from their Taco Bell run, the group booted up Mario Kart to pass the time until their state change. The first sign that their tablets were working came to Flora when she went to the bathroom. She returned and told the three others that the bathrooms tiles were … Continue reading Triction, Part 2
Ken sat there on the living room floor, likely thinking the same thing as his three friends. It proved true when Brandon glanced at each of the three others—Ken, Neo and Brandon’s girlfriend Flora—and smiled wide. “So, when is this supposed to kick in?” Brandon asked. “How am I supposed to know?” Ken said, his … Continue reading 15 Minutes of Random Writing (Triction, Part 1)
This 15 minutes of random writing, inspired by a song. https://youtu.be/638tY1H-apc I walked out of the cave. I wasn’t sure what I was expecting. I had woken up just a few minutes before. No, not in a frozen-cryostasis-whatever tube. I wasn’t frozen, but everything else was. The inside of the cave had icicles legitimately taller … Continue reading Age of Transparency