Writing to Music 8/31 – Incubus – Wish You Were Here

This came up while I was working on some writing, and what can I say. I wish you were here 🙂 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8295rOMvtQI A song about longing, a perfect recipe for a story. I especially love the line "the sky resembles a backlit canopy, with holes punched in it."

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Reddit Writing Prompt – 8/31

Wow...Where did August go? Saw this one today and thought it would make for an awesome dialogue [WP] A photographer and a sniper meet in a bar. Neither is aware of the other's occupation. They talk about "how to take the perfect shot".    

Legend pt. 5 – Austin Wiggins

The asphalt below her feet was crumbling and decaying, and weeds had grown through the cracks. Every now and then under the especially hot sun, the smell of tar would rise from the asphalt which led many to call the it Tar Road. Heading north back into town, smelling tar and dust, Donna thought about … Continue reading Legend pt. 5 – Austin Wiggins

Character Creation D&D style

SO I've created my character. For those who know me, it will come as no surprise that I chose human as my race, or paladin as my class. What can I say? I wish that I lived in a time where I could be a knight errant, and seeing as those days no longer exist, … Continue reading Character Creation D&D style

Reddit Writing Prompt

Stumbled across this writing prompt on Reddit today, and wanted to share it with you. Cursive seems to be a dying "language," what does the future hold for it? A world not too far in the future, where cursive is used as a secret language among those who have something to hide, and bored people … Continue reading Reddit Writing Prompt

Late to the Party: My First Foray into Dungeons and Dragons

I've been a fan of fantasy for as long as I can remember. I love reading it. The worlds created by the author are rich and vibrant, and entirely the products of the author's imagination. They have created worlds with nothing more than thought, gods in their own right. On top of reading, I've always … Continue reading Late to the Party: My First Foray into Dungeons and Dragons