Aspiring historian. Fiction enthusiast. Lover of mystery.
Writer of macabre, fantasy realms, and historical ideals.
Runners of the Underground
The tables in the library had hundreds of books stacked on top of them. Even the chairs were filled with parchments, maps, and extra books. It had only been a few hours of Edgar showing Antoinette around the paper filled room. Handing her books he thought she would need to study. Tossing her rolled up maps of the city so she would know her way around the streets. As well as the only few maps the angelic order had of the underground tunnels. He knew she would need those soon enough.
Lessons from the Afterlife
Nothing hurts quite as much as being stabbed in the back, than well, being stabbed in the back. Trust me, I would be one to know. As I have been stabbed in the back. Twenty-seven times to be exact.
Runners of the Underground
Twenty-Two years ago she was born. Twenty-Two days ago, she found out who she was. And why she was born. Antoinette was born into a family of angels. Her mother kept her hidden in a cottage outside of the city until she turned twenty-two years old. She was raised knowing of the London streets, and what lurked under them. She was raised to be terrified of the rampant beasts that loomed under the broken man-holes of the city. The stories her mother told her haunted her. During the day, in her nightmares. She was always looking over her shoulder.
Snakes Die in the Garden
Silence. Sweet, unmoved silence. It was the only the she craved after months of disaster. Months of tragedy. Months of distractions. All she wanted was to sit by the fire, relax, and possibly read one of her favorite books again.
Midnight Blood Lust
The moon hung low on the cobble-stone streets of the cross. The sounds of drunken angry men rang in through the tight knit streets. Candle lights above taverns flickered out as the end of the night came closer.
I did a Past Life Regression Therapy Session on Youtube. Here's my Best Explanation of what Happened.
As a 21st century adult I have almost every social media platform you could imagine. I also tend to use them all quite frequently.
Hidden Gems - New Zealand Fair edition!
Since moving to New Zealand back in March of 2020, before the pandemic of course. I have been on the hunt to try my best to do all the things that go off the beat and path! Sure tourist attractions are fun, but they can be crowded and over-done. I've made it an important mission to find hidden gems all across the country that could fit any sort of traveler!
5 Criminally Underrated Disney Movies.
We all know a good majority of the Disney classics. From Beauty and the Beast, to new classics such as Frozen. Walt Disney films has had almost a non-stop flow of movies since the 30's.
How the Final 30 Minuets of The Rise of Skywalker Tore Apart the Story.
(This article contains spoilers for The Rise of Skywalker, you have been warned) Love it or hate it, Star Wars is killing the game. Once the original movie came out in the 70's Star Wars has become so iconic, you can't mention the name Skywalker without someone having an opinion.
Bored? Need a Binge? I Got You.
As we are all stuck sitting in on our couches. Screen time around the world has gone up copious amounts. We've all binged at one time or another since Netflix, Hulu, and others have come out. Watching old favorites, new releases, or something out of the daily top 10.
5 Things I Can't Wait to Explore in my own Backyard.
March 17th 2020, I jumped on several different planes. I made my way to New Zealand. Less than a week later everything was shut down due to COVID-19. I've been sat in isolation ever since I arrived.
6 Ways I Overcome Writers Block When it Comes to Poetry.
When it comes to writing, words usually come pretty easy. As true as this statement may be everyone gets hit with cinder blocks that may prevent them from creating a masterpiece.