Hi all. All I am is a humble writer who works a full time job, just to afford to live so I can have time to write. I love science fiction with a passion, but all works and walks of writing are important to me.
Picture This: Holy. Freakin'. Crap.
Picture this: Your 26, and just unlocked the front door to your apartment, step son in tow to make it inside the living room before you do. He pulls it off, his backpack being hurled into the couch that's on the other side of the room.
Ranking the Assassin's Creed protagonists based on their devotion to the creed: part 2
Ok, part two. Awesome, and welcome back fellow nerds! Let's talk about a shift in years and a way the Creed is looked at. We're going to look at Capitan Edward Kenway, and his view of the Creed.
Heels: A Siren Song, part 2
It was time to lock up for the night. The backdoor was locked already, and I locked the back store room with another key on the same ring. I took a breath as I turned around, making sure I was about to leave work, then go fix a woman's sink who's ass I had been starring at just three hours ago.
Heels: A Siren's Song, part 1
Still being single at twenty-six might have bothered some people, but not me. Of course, yesterday wasn't really about me, was it? You might not ever see this, but it's the thought that counts.
Ranking the Assassins Creed Protagonist's based on their devotion to the Creed: Part 1
So, how does one start by looking at this? With little hesitation, a head full of front-of-the-brain knowledge, and chronological order. Let's look at how willing each Assassin from the Assassin's Creed series is in willing to serve their creed, and the personal motives behind why they are or aren't. Well rate these guys, and girls, on a scale of Very willing, all the way down to not willing at all.
Regesanka: a visit to the city of the dead
I went from standing in a snowy forest to standing in what looked like a cave. I breathed, my breath no longer fogging the air. I reached out a hand, just barely able to see in front of me. There was light behind me, I could make it out on my fingertips.
How to use owls when reclaiming a lost soul
I didn't see the owl before I heard it's call of, "Who?" in the dark. Stopping where I was I reached back to grip the hilt of the sword on my back. Then I wondered why exactly I did that. Reflex, if nothing else.
Leaving the Arroyo Hotel
A note from your author: If you've read parts one and two of A Fortune Coincidence, you should like this part just as much. Maybe more, maybe less. I recently read a good article on Vocal about some tips (ha) to earn tips on Vocal. One of them was just simply asking. I thought that was a bit straight forward, but this is Vocal, after all.