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Limiting Omniscience

This week we’re heading off into the wilds of limited-omniscient narration. We’ll be looking at what we mean by limited omniscient narration, writing at varying distances and why it’s different from first-person/subjective. 82 more words


Hope to make it better; story of the bullied.  chapter 4

The whether was looking blue, you know, calmed and relaxed. Everything looks normal, I sat down on our pouch reading a book I found after finding my way down from the tree where I was hang as a punching bag. 2,010 more words


"Misplaced Trust" narrated by Miskatonic Audio Library

YouTube Channel, Miskatonic Audio Library, were kind of enough to narrate my short story, “Misplaced Trust” (taken from my second collection, Who Spoke on the Other Side… 36 more words


Narrating Blindness

A review of Rod Michalko’s “Explain Yourself” in Things are Different Here (Insomniac Press, 2017)

By Derek Newman-Stille

In “Explain Yourself”, the first story in his collection Things are Different Here, Rod Michalko exercises his characteristic wit and sense of play to bring attention to the way that sighted people are always asking blind people to explain how they became blind. 382 more words


I Share My House (Audio)

I was contacted by a gal who wished to narrate my story. I gave her permission, and here it is! Please enjoy.


General Science & Other Thoughts

In my last science post, I wrote up the list of supplies I was ordering for high school Biology. This time, I’ll tell you about the supplies for General Science. 488 more words


Hope to make it better; Story of the bullied.  Chapter 3

‘Look somebody is laying over there’

‘Looks like a madman’

‘Let’s check who is he’

‘I’m scared’

‘We are all scared’

‘I think we should run’ 2,120 more words