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Night Fisherman

Issac was a less-than-average boy. Everyone said so; at least, everyone at school said so. His mother and father would tell him different, but he knew the truth. 1,726 more words


Musings #34: Nonsensical Depiction of Women in Science Fiction and Fantasy (#amwriting)

As I continue to write in my book and developing my female lead, I have been more hyper aware lately of when I fall into writing my female into a gender trap, and I’ve become more disillusioned by the women I’m seeing on television and movies.    1,171 more words


Too Much to Do

I try to write a post every week but this month has been a tough month.  Last year, August was a tough month because my mother had died.   788 more words

Bout of Books 17 Wrap Up

This read-a-thon did not go too well. I did not read that much, and I did not read every day. But I read a little bit, and that is better than nothing. 102 more words


Jandrax 92


Standard Year 904 and of the colony,
Year 36

When Jean reached the hilltop, Snowmelt had already come and gone. He leaned heavily on his staff and looked first at the rough stone marker, then upward and outward across the endless melt to the lake. 529 more words


The Omega Device release date and more!

Forgive this post if it turns out a little raw, it’s coming straight from my brain (and heart.) Usually, I write things ahead of time and then sit on them for a few days before posting them. 423 more words

Pack Mentality

Continued from ‘Trauma

I’m not sure whether it’s the command she holds over the other girls or the sincerity in her voice that calms me, but I manage a nod. 1,060 more words