The Swarm and the Flyer – Chapter 6: The Semi (Part 1)

Greetings! This is the next installment in my Thursday night horror series. I present to you The Swarm and the Flyer, my first attempt ever at writing in the post-apocalyptic horror genre. My hope is threefold: (1) to get in contact with more aspiring horror writers, (2) hear your ideas as to how I can … Continue reading The Swarm and the Flyer – Chapter 6: The Semi (Part 1)

Share Your Moment – Watch the Sun Come Out Tonight

I read a post recently by a blogger, and in it, he wrote that in order for a blog to be successful, it has to have several key elements. One of the biggest pointers he gave is that a blog must offer something to readers, be it tips on writing, opportunities for networking, or giveaways. … Continue reading Share Your Moment – Watch the Sun Come Out Tonight

The Swarm and the Flyer – Chapter 3: Stepped in Uncertainty

Hey all! Tonight, I thought I'd share another chapter from¬†The Swarm and the Flyer. I'm looking to get any and all feedback on my work thus far. I've really enjoyed blending gay romance and post-apocalyptic horror into one story, but I know that there are always elements that I can improve upon. If you see … Continue reading The Swarm and the Flyer – Chapter 3: Stepped in Uncertainty

Sounds of Summer (The Final Entry for 2017): “Waves”

It's a bittersweet night! With autumn officially entering into the picture tomorrow, I decided that this will my last "Sounds of Summer" entry for 2017. It's been a wonderful four months of exploring unique genres and melodies that have inspired not only my creative writing, but also my passion for life. From "Endeavor" to "Resonance," … Continue reading Sounds of Summer (The Final Entry for 2017): “Waves”

Lessons to Practice #22: The Art of Pacing

Hey everyone! Here's to wishing you a restful, spontaneous, and memorable week, even with work and our countless other personal obligations. This go around, I was looking to share some of my thoughts concerning the pacing of our creative writing. Amidst themes, character development, and opening and closing lines, there is the ever-present tether of … Continue reading Lessons to Practice #22: The Art of Pacing

Lessons to Practice #20: Writing in the Company of Grief

Howdy everyone! How's life on your end of the internet? Hopefully you're staying cool in this sweltering summer heat and making some awesome memories! Emotions rule me from time to time. I own that aspect of myself, and I know that I swing from completely logical and in my head to raw and unfiltered pretty … Continue reading Lessons to Practice #20: Writing in the Company of Grief