The Corpus Of Jane Doe – A Poem

Content Warning: This poem may not be suitable for all audiences and may contain information that some could find upsetting. Reader discretion is advised. The Corpus Of Jane Doe A mountain of paperworkEncumbers my dayIn the mortuary she waits-Chalk-white and purpleCoagulated blood at the pointsWe knew to be the lowestWhere she laid waiting to beContinue reading “The Corpus Of Jane Doe – A Poem”

Publication Announcement: Waking Up – Part 5

Deidre faces her mother in Waking Up – Part 5. To read parts 1-4, visit my author page here. **Content Warning:** This story contains depictions of and allusions to the abuse of vulnerable populations, such as those with disabilities, LGBTQA+, and children of abusive parents, and may contain content that some may find disturbing. ReaderContinue reading “Publication Announcement: Waking Up – Part 5”

Quarantine Writer’s Block Short Story by L.H. Westerlund

I’m excited to share the winning short story composed by L.H. Westerlund written for the contest associated with Quarantine Writer’s Block: Exercise 1. This short story seized an every day object sitting on the desk and turned it into a curiosity adventure. Enjoy! It looked inconspicuous. It looked like a hair accessory, that was theContinue reading “Quarantine Writer’s Block Short Story by L.H. Westerlund”

Things In Writing I Pay Attention To That Other People Might Not Care About

Yes A Does Really Have To Get To B Eventually Cause And Effect Every action has an equal and opposite reaction. Unresolved situations are frustrating. Example: If a character experiences trauma, they will be traumatized and then display signs of trauma as a result of the event. To not experience trauma in response to aContinue reading “Things In Writing I Pay Attention To That Other People Might Not Care About”