Everyone knows that the Arkham games are the best thing to happen to Batman since the animated series. I, personally, am waiting eagerly for Arkham Knight. I'm also waiting eagerly for a PS4, but Santa Claus doesn't visit 26-year-olds. Anyway, playing Arkham City for the 22nd time, I began to correlate a few things between … Continue reading What Batman Can Teach You About Fighting Depression
Do you like to read? If not, why did you click on a blog? (Don't go, I love you!) But if you do, I have a book for you. I'm looking for beta-readers to get a first look at my new short novel/novella (definition changes per website). What does beta-reading mean? Basically, you read it … Continue reading Looking for Readers
It was some bad chicken. I'm talking born-in-the-ghetto, hustled-his-grandma, pimped-out-his-sister, three-time-regional-Meth-King bad. Spider-Man 3 bad. And Dan and I both ate some because when you live in a college dorm, your options are A) Cafeteria food or B) Hunger. Hunger was the better choice. Our dorm was 5 minutes from the dining hall. It was … Continue reading Let It Rip! A True Story About Jesus and Diarrhea
Mortis by Hannah Cobb Rating: 3/5 stars Summary: Mortis is a school that trains children from birth to become assassins. It's a place where death is so commonplace, no one even questions its morality. Except Jane. Though she begins as callous as the rest, Jane begins questioning whether killing is right or wrong. When she finally … Continue reading Book Review: “Mortis” School of Assassins. ‘Nuff Said.
You ever want to close the laptop with your head inside it? If you haven't, you're clearly on your first draft of your first ever written anything and nobody's ever seen it. Let's be honest; we all make mistakes. So let's have a little fun and share some stories in the comments. It can be … Continue reading What was your most Awkward/Embarrassing Writing Moment?
A number of writers began following my blog recently, so I decided to re-post this running offer I have for free critiques of existing stories or works in progress. The title says it all: I wanna read your stuff. Why? To meet you, to hear your stories, and to give you feedback. Every writer needs … Continue reading Writers, I Wanna Read Your Stuff (Again)