Jason Ray Morton
I have always enjoyed writing and exploring new ideas, new beliefs, and the dreams that rattle around inside my head. I have enjoyed the current state of science, human progress, fantasy and existence and write about them when I can.
Sometimes It's The Rabbit Hole That Works For Writers
After four years on writing platforms and many lessons learned, there's one lesson that's proven to be a constant. Sometimes, when you least expect it, something works. But how do you know when something works?
Fortified And Mortified
Watching from the kitchen window, Patty questioned why the police were in the parking lot bordering her backyard. It was a doctor's lot connected to the hospital across the next street. There were two cars and a couple of officers looking for something. The sight wasn't unusual in their little burg, so Patty went about her business.
The Price of Her Happiness
Some things just were what they were. It was a lesson J.T. learned quickly. In a sexually competitive world, to keep an assertive, aggressive, and kinky woman like Susanne happy meant paying a price. In her case, the price might as well have been his soul.
The Trappist Adventure: Chapter 3
I turned around, surveying the area closely. Elizabeth was in a hole, or rather, a footprint. Whatever made that footprint was large, powerful, and likely would look at us like food. There was nothing around us. Then, I looked up at the trees. They were taller than on Earth. I wondered what lurked up there.
- Top Story - January 2024
The Vocal 2024 Bucket List
Considering resolutions each year are limited by time, they are a bucket list for that year. The year is now 2024, meaning that I've been a member of Vocal for the past four years, give or take. What would I want to achieve on Vocal in 2024 that I haven't achieved since I signed up in 2020? Some might ask, what do you think you can do that you haven't done in the over three years you've been around?
The Theft of the Golden Kiss
Under what should be a dark blanket of night, the skies popped with hues of reds, yellows, oranges, blues, greens, and whites. Car alarms rang out in residential neighborhoods. Somewhere, something horrible was happening, but nobody could intervene. The New Year's celebration was at a fever pitch, and nearly everybody from the city was downtown.