My primary genres are fantasy and sci-fi. I love coming up with new worlds and new things within that make it interesting. My stories tend to be more character driven as I find how the brain works fascinating.
Project A-Ko - Anime Review
When I was about thirteen years old, I started to move away from cartoons. The animated X-Men series was about the only thing I was watching at that point, and the occasional Simpsons, but even those weren’t that often anymore. I was more into the live action stuff, especially the cheesy science fiction.
I absolutely love science fiction. Trying to imagine what can happen in the far future or even the near future is so inspirational. “Star Trek” and “Aliens” are two of my favorite franchises. Of course, I cannot forget “Back to the Future”, a movie that is all about time travel.
Morality is an interesting concept when you really dive deep into it. In recent months I’ve gotten interested in philosophy. There are some very interesting conversations about morality that can get brought up.
Troll Bridge, thus nicknamed for the man who resided under it, who some say is a Troll. The stories told about him would make you wonder how anyone got across the bridge. As stories have it, he demands a toll to cross the bridge, otherwise you’d be eaten. People thought the only safe way was to drive across the bridge, or if you’re quick enough, cross on the other side from where he stands. As such, the East side sidewalk is completely vacant and has been for as long as people can remember.
Growing up, I’ve had two cats that really made an impression on me. When I was a kid, I had a cat named Rusty. He would sleep with me at night and was basically my cat. Another one was named Neko. Which is Japanese for cat. She was found behind my stepmom’s workplace, and I brought her home. I was the only one who she seemed to like, even having given birth to her litter of kittens next to me.
Follow Your Passion
I’m in my late thirties and am six months away from finishing a Bachelor of Science degree in Cyber Security. I am really regretting this path.
Stronger by Grief
Jacob looked out across University Street at Stella’s where he would meet his contact. It was raining hard as it normally did in Seattle. Middle of winter and yet not a flake of snow. Instead, he was cold and wet. Even with an umbrella he was soaked. He had to wait for his contact to enter first. Normally he didn’t mind, but days like this made it miserable, which was often.