I haven’t been able to perfect the superpower of fending off jackasses with magic bracelets or a golden lasso. I’m not on the Wonder Woman level yet. 724 more words
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WARNING! This blog post may make you cry… and may also possibly get you an A on your next Literature paper.
If you’re attending or have attended an American high school, you probably know that our Literature teachers assign us books to read for one reason and one reason only: to open our youthful eyes to the fact that life is one deep whirlpool of despair and darkness. 2,945 more words
There is a theory espoused by some that there is actually a parallel/alternate experience of life that is running concurrently with the one we are aware of, and that if we could become aware of it as well, it would give us the experiences to which our alternate choices had ope… 1,224 more words
Hector Perez was a cop in Cleveland, Ohio for twelve years, before he unwittingly stepped into an alternate universe.
One moment he was chasing a burglary suspect in the city’s eastern warehouse district, and the next moment he was standing alone in a deserted warehouse wearing some odd clothing! 1,190 more words
It’s a classic horror movie trope: a group of friends/family members/co-workers/etc. gather for dinner/games night/vacation/etc and over the course of the night/weekend/winter/etc, some outside force beyond their ken terrorizes them. 2,162 more words
There is a Russian proverb which goes: If you chase two rabbits, you will not catch either one.
I was thinking of that saying these last few weeks while I try to find time to write my stories (a full time job in itself), blog, draw, and experiment with my new camera – all while holding down a full time job. 996 more words