Book Review: Trajelon By Alyssa Marie Bethancourt

Disclaimer: I received a copy of Trajelon in exchange for a review. While I attempt to keep my reviews as fair and unbiased as possible, it is important to note that I received this copy as a gift and read it in two sittings while traveling to/from Seattle while planning our upcoming move. Also, IContinue reading “Book Review: Trajelon By Alyssa Marie Bethancourt”

The Hundredth Post! Excerpts From “Timber” And Short Story Collection

This is my hundredth post! As of yesterday, you all have blessed me with 2,000 visitors to this website in 2020. Because of this, I figured I would let my readers choose the content of my hundredth post, so I held a poll to let everyone decide what this post should be and the optionContinue reading “The Hundredth Post! Excerpts From “Timber” And Short Story Collection”

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”

January 2020: “The Engineer: A Chronicles of Actaeon Story” by Darran M Handshaw

Summary (Caution – Mild Spoilers Balanced with Extreme Vagueness):Actaeon of Shore comes to the Pyramid in search of his future. He hopes to establish his profession as one of importance to his people because he sees its value. But others don’t – that’s the first hurdle. What is a capital “E” Engineer? Actaeon must proveContinue reading “January 2020: “The Engineer: A Chronicles of Actaeon Story” by Darran M Handshaw”