Description Challenge #1: Childhood Home

After ending my One Sentence Challenge, I had a hard time coming up with a new, literary-relevant challenge for the writers who read my blog to participate in. I first leaned on flash fiction. I've ran flash fiction challenges before and I thought, "why not do it again?" Then I had this feeling, a proto-emotion… Continue reading Description Challenge #1: Childhood Home

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Utopia of Trees, A Short Story

The sun bellowed blistering words onto my back as I left from a day’s work. Exposed skin between the collar of my t-shirt and the start of my hair radiated heat from being victim to the constant tirade. The village of trees that would shade me from Ra was only a few minutes’ walk away.… Continue reading Utopia of Trees, A Short Story

All Things Are the Soul of God, A Poem

The weary washer Heard from the shower head "I am God" And believed it Hot water struck with taut skin and revealed itself "I too am God" The plumber? Asked unparted lips "God" Manufacturing robots? Their engineers? "God, the both of them" The post-shower body gazed at itself Through a mirror revealing itself as God… Continue reading All Things Are the Soul of God, A Poem

Looking For Indie Books To Review

Calling all indie/self-published writers. I am looking at making the review section of this blog a strictly indie/self-published-centric. I want to only review work from independent writers who self-publish or from small presses who want to see the work of those they published reviewed. In order to do this I need input. I am opening… Continue reading Looking For Indie Books To Review

One Sentence Challenge: Conclusion

Congratulations to Morgan Hazlewood again for her entry to last weeks One Sentence Challenge, the topic was overcoming hardships. Here is her entry:  It’s probably best that I did not know what lay ahead, or else I might not have had the heart to face what even now feels hardly surmountable — but it was… Continue reading One Sentence Challenge: Conclusion