A Revival of Desastr Narrations: Some Narrated Short Stories for you!

Hey folks! This is a short blog post regarding my narrations. I have been practicing narrating stories, and have done some of my own for this post. This is something you could listen to in the background if you like my voice. I do a variety of stories on my youtube channel and will be…

Creators’ thoughts on Dragons: A Deep Dive

Image by Artie_Navarre from Pixabay Hey everyone! I've delved into Deep Dives before with zombies and sci-fi, so today I wanted to look at my all time favorite mythical beast, dragons! These gigantic reptiles are present in myth all over the world, some as horrifying fire-breathing enemies, and some as guardians. In my personal opinion,…

How Gaming Helped Shape My Writing

A screenshot of an early version of my Death Knight in World of Warcraft Greetings folks! Inspiration for writing comes from many avenues, and today I wanted to talk about the impact gaming had on my writing. I've brought this up with roleplay in the past, which had a huge impact on my writing. I…

Free Short Story: The Crows’ Present

Introduction Hey. This is a short story canon in my universe. It got rejected as a submission. I figured I'd just offer it for free. Hope you like it. Genre: Gothic, Horror Content Warning: Gore The Crows' Present Iridescent feathers, the color of the midnight sky, shone in the sun as two crows looked toward…

National Writing Month is here – Here’s How I Handle It.

Image by StockSnap from Pixabay November brings the writers out who wish to work on "National Writing Month!" This is when writers set goals, often 50k words for the month, in order to help finish manuscripts, blogs, and other writing projects. You will often see the "Nanowrimo" hashtag thrown around by writers if they are…

NEW BOOK RELEASE: Cobratongue University: Professors & Kings! A magical college! You’re definitely going to want to check this out!

Interested in my novel?! CLICK HERE! Here is an animated cover I got from Morgan Wright! That's right folks! This is the fourth novel I've written at 80k+ words, and it's a standalone in my "Vampire Wars" universe! There will be another version, and a sequel, in the future, but this magical college can be…

Self-Publishing – Hyping up your novel can be tough. Here’s some ideas.

Image by chenspec from Pixabay It's no secret that self-publishing is a rough time, marketing included. With my series, it took me a long while to grasp matters, and I still am learning quite a bit. I'll share my experiences on here, and perhaps it will help you. My series hasn't taken off quite yet,…

We need more Magical COLLEGES – that’s why I wrote mine.

Pictured here is me on my graduation day from the University of Connecticut. It had been a miserable, freezing raining day in May 2019, and as you can see by the date, I just barely missed the COVID pandemic. But, hey, I graduated, and with a bachelor's degree in Biology. Hasn't gotten me very far…

Vampire Tropes – How I twist them in my works

This piece of my character Goliath is by Gynesis! When it comes to my writing, what I take the most pride in is how I write my vampires. This blog post will discuss how I twist tropes most commonly seen with bloodsuckers, and why I took the path that I did. I hope to see…