Tag Archive: #writingfantasy

Friday Fictioneers: Magnificent Flight

It was graduation day. We were to do maneuvers. Douglas spread his wings and with one powerful leap we were airborne. But it was up to me to guide my dragon by his… Continue reading

Destiny: My Favorite TV Shows.

It is said that TV will rot our brains. But I like TV. I was at lunch with friends who were proudly declaring they do not watch TV. Twice the conversation changed to… Continue reading

Destiny: Gods of Aghular

Naw was the first of the gods. He brought all other gods into existence. The gods are an important part of The Destiny Series. The series covers more than 4,000 years of Aghular’s… Continue reading

Destiny: One Story’s Evolution

My Haunted Bed & Breakfast started as a 500-word short story titled “Just Like Me.” Originally, the story started with her looking for an adventure and found a haunted house. I decided to… Continue reading

Destiny: Theodore Epperson’s Timeline

Three friends, Eric, Vinnie and Cody, work together at Miller Chevrolet. They’re friendship and love of zombies inspired me to write two short stories. They became the Miller brothers who accidentally find a… Continue reading

Still Writing

I have a girl friend who buys these booklets for me. I don’t know where she gets them, but they come in all kinds of colors. They’re not thick, maybe a hundred pages… Continue reading

Novella not Novela

I was telling a girlfriend that I was about to publish my next book, My Haunted Bed & Breakfast. “It’s a novella, “I said. She immediately proceeded to tell me about a Spanish… Continue reading

Friday Fictioneer: Embarrassing

Mom thinks she’s 85. She’s 185. Her hair is now bright pink. She’s wearing my tight lime-green pants. She looks better in them than I do. She went Frisbee golfing. She doesn’t know… Continue reading

Snow White is a Warrior

Nobody knows who, what, where, or how fairy tales got started, but they have been around seemingly since the beginning of time, and they have been told all around the world. The plots… Continue reading

The Battle That Never Was

I remember reading a novel where the author made a big deal of an upcoming battle. He spent chapters talking about how important the battle was. His characters prepared, dressed, and rode out… Continue reading

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