The following is an excerpt from my new work in progress, "Locke Hart," a Christian fantasy series. These are the opening five or so pages, so it's not a long read, I promise. I thought I'd put it out here and see what you guys think. Enjoy! (Legal stuff: this story is mine, don't steal … Continue reading Prologue to a New Story
5. Remember Me Remember Me is set in a world where memories can be perfectly recorded, shared, and stored forever. This leads to a dystopian future with zombie-like creatures prowling the streets. Why? Because Capcom has lost their marbles, that's why. The world is convoluted, yet surprisingly empty, the plot is told more than shown, the … Continue reading Top 5 Video Games I Really Wanted to Like
The house looks like Abe Lincoln's death trap. A little log cabin where every log, rod, and stick has been fashioned to a razor point, like a wooden porcupine, laced with flecks of something black and silver. Even the sidewalk is covered in wooden nails jutting out at every angle so that there's only one … Continue reading L.A.W.S. A Thinly-Veiled Metaphor for Bad Government
The Third Heaven: The Rise of Fallen Stars by Donovan M. Neal Rating: 3/5 Stars. Story Summary: Calling itself "The Prequel to the Bible," this story is about Lucifer's fall from Heaven and becoming Satan. The Bible says that Lucifer was cast out of Heaven after an attempted rebellion, but the details are mum. Donovan M. Neal weaves a … Continue reading Blogger Book Review: “The Third Heaven” –The Prequel to the Bible?
My mom was never allowed to cut her hair short. She grew up in a very strict church and 1 Corinthians 11 says that women shouldn't cut their hair, so she always kept her tresses long and holy. But then she noticed that black women were allowed to cut their hair short and no one … Continue reading A Religion of Rulebreakers
Don't judge; you've done it, too. Thanks to my lovely wife for the artwork.
Just one post ago, I mentioned how excited I was for Batman: Arkham Knight, the final installment of the incredible Arkham video game series. But it seems like we'll have to wait longer than anticipated. According to whatculture.com, Arkham Knight once had a planned release date of October of this year, but has now been … Continue reading I’m Glad Batman Arkham Knight Has Been Delayed