Excerpt from Addleberg Lang: Revamped - This is my first straight up horror story and I think Bram Stoker would be proud of me. I was listening to Leave Luann from 35MM; A Musical Exhibition when I had the idea for this. If you go an listen to the song, you’ll see exactly how I … Continue reading No One But the Blackbirds
If you've ever lived in Montana or visited during spring (or any other season), you'd know that there's nothing more unpredictable than our weather. The sudden radical changes--though irritating--can also be quite thought provoking as well. The Gods Need To Get Their Act Together or Maybe Just Leave Us Out of It Because I Prefer … Continue reading The Gods Need To Get Their Act Together or Maybe Just Leave Us Out of It Because I Prefer It When Our Weather Acts Correctly – And Other Weather Poems
Excerpt from Addleberg Lang: I wrote this poem mostly during a church service, because that’s the type of attention span I have. Anyone who’s been in Montana during the winter will immediately understand why I wrote this. And this winter has been especially cold, getting below -20 a few times; more than a few times … Continue reading The Cold
Excerpt from Addleberg Lang: This is another of my character poems. The character it features is Ragnar Lupeson, one of the more main side characters in the series Magic Stones. I don’t want to give too much away about him or the role he plays in the series, but I’ll give you this: Ragnar was … Continue reading Ragnar or Perfectly Not Alright
Excerpt from Addleberg Lang: This is just a random little poem I wrote on my phone while waiting for my family to be done at the gym. I don’t remember what inspired me to write it, but it’s officially the cutest poem I’ve ever written.↣ Little candle, burning brightKeep the monsters out at night They … Continue reading Little Candle
On October 1st, 2019, A Writer's Rambling: Volume I - Addleberg Lang is going live on Amazon! Yay! I know, exciting right? I'm totally not freaking out over the looming, ever approaching, anxiety-inducing, deadline of terror. No, not at all. Not. One Bit. Anyways! If you want to support me in this psychotic endeavor (cause … Continue reading I’M PUBLISHING!!!
The next phase for The Blue Shoe Skidoo is upon us! I can practically hear what you're thinking. Is it going to be fun? Absolutely! Does it include writing? Of course! Are there free things we can get? You bet! Are you trying to totally hook all your readers with cheap suspense methods? How'd you … Continue reading Some Really Exciting Stuff is Happening!
Excerpt from Addleberg Lang: I’m going to explain why I wrote this story before I give the context. This was the first short story I wrote for CWW; which means it was also the first timed one. This specific exercise was called The First Shall Be Last. We were each given a slip of paper … Continue reading The Simulator
Excerpt from Addleberg Lang: This story also needs a lot of explaining. I have a series I’m working on (very, very slowly. I have to finish other books first.) called World Jumpers. The World Jumpers are a group of people who have devoted their lives to visiting other worlds through portals. And they’re not trying … Continue reading The Mists of Volhouden
Excerpt from Addleberg Lang: So. I could explain this story in great depth and make every single last bit of it make sense, but it would ruin a huge plot twist in one of my series. I’m not even going to say which one. I’m not going to say anything about this story at all. … Continue reading Lord and Lady Black; the Tragic Tale of How the Fate of Angus Black was Set