Hullo, everyone, welcome, welcome to a slow, chill Monday post. It's nice and short and groovy, and it's about an Alix E. Harrow short story I listened to yesterday on Audible. It's part of Audible Plus's catalogue, and a breeze in the air at some forty-four minutes of listening time. Like everything else Harrow has... Continue Reading →
The Train Station, 4:30 a.m.
I wrote and sent this to one of my best friends early in the morning as I was waiting for a train to take me to the airport. I enjoy doing small pieces like these, reflections on reality through my point of view. At four thirty in the morning, Malmö Central is nothing at all... Continue Reading →
The Intentionally Unhelpful Villain #02: Acts of Villainy
Journal Entry The Third My brother, the big-time villain. Who does he think he is, smacking me around, placing chains of iron around MY person, threatening and cajoling me! I'll find his daughter, I will. The question is...where do I begin? ... I've been in a perpetual dream prison for years. The answer is obvious... Continue Reading →
Adventurer’s Mishaps: Assassin’s Blade
Welcome to Adventurer’s Mishaps, a new short fiction series on this blog, inspired by my love for role-playing games akin to Dungeons and Dragons (D&D). Today’s entry follows the story of Liadrin, whom we shortly met last week. If you haven't read last week's 'Mishaps,' click here to take a look. Liadrin drew the dagger out... Continue Reading →
Adventurer’s Mishaps: No One Appreciates a Bard!
Welcome to Adventurer's Mishaps, a new short fiction series on my blog, inspired by my love for role-playing games akin to Dungeons and Dragons (D&D). Today's entry is all about the hard life of a bard, as you might've gathered. Let's get started! "No one appreciates a bard! Here I'm at, a week after I... Continue Reading →