Tag Archives: driving

Buses, Books, Bedlam, and Bloodsuckers

Is it 2019 yet?  I mean, this week alone has been making me feel like I’ve gone a few rounds with an angry gorilla who thinks I owe it money . . . and it’s beating me with a flailing … Continue reading

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7 Tips to Putting Vehicles in Fiction

Make sure the vehicles fit the world.  Riding a horse through a futuristic utopia that has spaceships everywhere might seem cool, but it could be very impractical.  Then again, you might not consider a horse a vehicle since it’s alive. … Continue reading

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Snow, Editing, and the Looming Inevitable

(EDIT: Guess what I plan on seeing for Valentine’s Day!  If you said Deadpool then give yourself a cookie.) Yes, I have Crossing Bedlam coming out next weekend as long as things don’t wrong.  I mean, it isn’t like I have … Continue reading

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W.I.P.- A Story with No Name

So it’s kind of like that, but not.  This is going to be rather tough to explain since I only have a handful of notes.  Hoping to organize them today and see if I can make a full story out … Continue reading

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This Is Why I Stay Inside

So I ran out to get my new glasses.  The world is so much brighter now.  Not in the way of intelligence after a few of the psycho drivers I saw.  Here’s the two that made me wish I could … Continue reading

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Dear ‘Superior’ Driver

I should apologize to you about this morning.  I know my 5 miles above the speed limit was getting in the way of your 15-20 miles above the speed limit.  I can’t believe I had the gall to be in … Continue reading

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Car Logistics?

(This poem stems from me getting yelled at about not having ‘Car Logistics’.  Upon asking what that means, my tormentor decided to throw up his hands and say I’m impatient.  To this day, I still have no idea what this … Continue reading

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