Tag Archives: pain

Goal Post: FUCKING FUCK ON A FUCK!

First, work went well.  Last week of classes, which was busy, but nothing went too wonky and weird.  Next week is the last one of the school year, so I’m thinking back to the crazy Covid year.  It feels like … Continue reading

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Poetry Month: Ritual of the Lost Lamb #fantasy #adventure

On the cusp of destiny Evil strikes And draws blood Flowing in buckets From a single hero Who cries And screams Suffering agony That ripples through his mind Shredding his spirit As desperate champions Rush To salvage the remains Snag … Continue reading

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Hello to Saturday. Can I Stay in Bed?

After a week of watching primarily ‘Ranma 1/2’ to get it off my list, I ended by watching the new ‘Mortal Kombat’ last night.  Was it an example of cinematic greatness?  No because it’s freaking Mortal Kombat.  Not sure what … Continue reading

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Music of Legends of Windemere: Ritual of the Lost Lamb

Coming to the homestretch here since Legends of Windemere: Ritual of the Lost Lamb is where things took an unexpected turn.  As you can see, Luke Callindor is in a lot of trouble.  This is the book where the heroes take a … Continue reading

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Writing Addiction in Fiction

This might be simplifying up above, but it does come off that way at times.  As I said on Friday, War of Nytefall: Ravenous has a very serious subplot that deals with addiction.  You might be wondering how I could add that … Continue reading

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Questions 3: Writing About Addiction

Full disclosure time: Addiction will be playing a part in War of Nytefall: Ravenous.  I didn’t want to touch on it at the beginning of the promo period because it’s a sensitive   topic and I was unsure of myself.  I planned … Continue reading

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Lost a Piece of Heart and Soul

They had a place Settled in your chest Adjusting your beats And nurturing the soul Existences entwined Allies in life And now you are alone * A mix of pain And numbness Denial may rear its head Along with anger … Continue reading

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7 Tips to Handling Grief and Mourning in Fiction

As I said, grief and mourning is a subplot in War of Nytefall: Ravenous.  It was very difficult to touch on this while the majority of the book dealt with action, humor, and Desirae’s seductiveness.  I kept having to remind myself … Continue reading

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Revisiting Legends: Sari the Soul Scarred Gypsy #fantasy #adventure

Sari entered Legends of Windemere with a vicious impact.  She comes from a nomadic people who are called gypsies.  This is the fantasy version where they are almost thief-like, but I never got far into the culture.  Mostly because Sari clan … Continue reading

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Romance and Heartbreak

Hate to say it, but that quote is pretty spot on.  The human heart is a very fragile thing when it comes to love.  If one person in a relationship changes without the other and no attempts are made to … Continue reading

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