It's a new year and a big canvas! I wish you many highs and lows, plenty of growth in your blogging, and new adventures just brimming with possibilities. This year, I'm committed to developing my own writing and pursuing publication for two of my works, The Swarm and the Flyer and its sequel, The Wrath and the Base. With A Quiet Place and Bird Box … Continue reading Happy 2019!
Welcome! Once a week for the past three months, I've published chapters from my current and first horror WIP, The Swarm and the Flyer. Tonight, I'm bringing this series to a close. I want to refine my work and figure out better ways to open up some dialogues with other aspiring writers. Will you join me? … Continue reading The Swarm and the Flyer – Chapter 9: Engine Company 513 (Part 2)
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)
Welcome back to my post-apocalyptic series! If you haven't heard, my two most recent novels are all about Rayland Mark Calderón trying to escape the Swarm, a flock of cloud-like creatures that have wiped out much of the human race with their deadly sonic wave attacks. The only problem is, Rayland is outrunning the Swarm … Continue reading The Swarm and the Flyer: Chapter 3 (Part Two)
Good evening, WordPress community! I hope your night has been treating you well. I'm happy to report that I successfully moved into my new apartment this past weekend! There's nothing quite as peaceful as living alone, and I'm starting to get used to this newfound freedom. I'm also looking forward to hosting small dinners and … Continue reading The Swarm and the Flyer – Chapter 1 (Revised)
My sincerest thank you to all who read and liked Act 5! Only two more acts to go! Act 6 High The crackled and distorted voices are like a middle-of-the-night phone call in some horror movie. When the hoots and loud music fade a little, John Hinojosa answers. “Yeah, hell-o?” I don’t think I’ll … Continue reading Eyes of Excruciation – Act 6
Act 3 Outreach It’s raining on Wednesday, and I try to enjoy it a little. Mom has this syndrome or whatever where cloudy skies and rain almost always depress her. I hate to see that in her. But it’s like a whole ‘nother world for me. Jogging through the drizzle now, heading to Government … Continue reading Eyes of Excruciation – Act 3