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
I can across this headline a few days ago, and--being a writer--it caught my attention. You can read the full article here, but I'll summarize for you. Dr. Karen Boren of Rhode Island College has started a project called Keep the Windows Wide. Using poetry or prose, write a complete story in 300 words or … Continue reading Let’s Write the Pandemic
Excerpt from Riggshaw Katarr- Psst. This one’s my favorite! I was being stupid and jumped ahead to right a sequel book for Magic Stones about Rostov Lupeson. It’s a romance about him and and human named Carmen who moved to the town in order ot get away from her abusive husband. It’s a sweet story, … Continue reading Be Wary of the Wolf
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!
I apologize in advance for the brevity of this post. My life has been absolutely crazy these past few weeks because of travel, college shopping (Yay!), and attempting to catch up on math (Shoot me. It would be less painful.) I have like two brain cells left with which to communicate at the moment. Sorry. … Continue reading The Truth About Goats
I wasn't able to include the image of the painting in Addleberg Lang, but luckily I can do it here. An excerpt from Addleberg Lang: This poem was the spill off of another creative endeavor. I painted a watercolor with golden eyes and flames curling up from them. It was a Phoenix of course. I … Continue reading Council of the Phoenix Queen