February 1, 2011
Well I did it. I bit the bullet and submitted a short story entitled, “Hank Iowa: Interstellar Public Relations” to an online Sci-Fi magazine called, Ray Gun Revival.
Hank is your average ship board public relations man. Since the public his captain serves are typically the lowest scum in the galaxy, Hank usually handles their complaints with a blaster.
It was a whole lot of fun to write. I hope the publishers at Ray Gun Revival think it’s half as fun to read as I had writing it.
So anyway my dear readers, wish me luck.
October 1, 2010
What started out as a simple exercise from a Writing Excuses prompt has now become a monster. An air to air combat, with flintlocks, and firebombs monster!
Magic Ink Chapter 2
September 29, 2010
Magic Ink is a short fantasy story from another Writing Excuses writing prompt.
This isn’t your typical fantasy story though.
Feedback would be appreciated.
Oh if you think part of my story is far fetched, it’s not too far from the truth. And so what it’s fantasy! 😉
September 21, 2010
Yes I am such a nerd I decided to write a bit of Warbreaker Fan Fiction. *sigh*
Anyway “Awakener” is a tale about one of the Idrian princesses of Warbreaker Vivenna and some of her adventures a couple of years after the events of the book.
***Disclaimer*** The world of Warbreaker, it’s characters and all associated intellectual property are the property of Brandon Sanderson and Tor.
***Warning*** “Awakener” may contain spoilers. It may behoove you to read Warbreaker first. Good news you can download a pdf of the book in it’s entirety and read it if you’d like. I highly recommend it.
Without further ado here is Awakener Chapter 1.
September 1, 2010
Chew Toy Chapter 3 is now available. We get to see the climactic battle between the vampires and Hunters, from the perspective of a pitiful little creature.
Lemme know what you think.
August 23, 2010
Interspeciated Workplace is a silly short story I came up with by using the writing prompt of the same name from a Writing Excuses podcast.
Think of it as “The Office” meets “Star Wars.”