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I'm preparing to move out of my house and found some old assignments from my college creative writing courses. This one stuck out to me because it forced me to be creative. It was finding a poem in another work of literature that wasn't a poem but the passage could be viewed as one. It's … Continue reading Poetic Passage
After months and months of excuses, fighting the lack of motivation, and letting the overwhelming task get the better of me, I've done it. I completed the second draft of my second novel, Sirens. While there is still much more to do, I've taken another major step toward the completion of the novel. I don't … Continue reading The Second Draft is DONE
There is an old saying, “When it stares you in the face, that’s when you know if you're going to just be good at this job or if you're going to be great.” These words kept circulating through my head as the sirens screamed on top of the rig. My eyes scanned around inside of … Continue reading Phoenix
Chris looked down from the rigid cliff to the water below. The edge of the jagged rock was menacing and he could only imagine his flesh being torn to shreds whenever he approached the edge. The water was safe, that he knew, but it was getting to the water that was the problem. Inching his … Continue reading The Laramie Leap