I’ve spent the last several installments of this series talking about the various peoples who inhabit Úr’Dan. Now I think it’s time to start giving bits of the history of this subcontinent.
The end of Manuscript: Beta of The Warden of Everfeld: Memento is nigh, and my characters (most of them) just survived a battle scene that ended as abruptly as it began. Continue reading 4 Ways to Write an Exciting Action Scene
I saw Rogue One on Saturday morning with Present Wife. I have been excited for this film ever since it was first announced shortly after the release of The Force Awakens last year. It was amazing. Continue reading ROGUE ONE Re-Affirms Disney’s Commitment to STAR WARS
Seeing from his Keep
the self-reliant Feldings.
Can he unite them?
Author’s Note: Emeril Everstrong is the first ever Falden of Everfeld. Most of the largest wards in Everfeld have supported Everstrong ever since he led the Felding militias to victory over the Redskael Clans at the Battle of Ever’s Edge, the decisive battle of the Second Redskael War. His quest is to unite the disparate Felding communities under one leader, but he has plenty of opposition. Can he hold the Felding wards together amidst internal rivalries and threats from outside Everfeld? If he wants to protect Everfeld, he may not have a choice.
I never felt safer than seated
– across –
From you arguing.
I never told you Continue reading Moonlit Musing – Saying Goodbye
I wish I could save you for once.
You, who fights to preserve my way of life.
The irony isn’t lost on me,
I see the obvious tragedy:
If not for people like me,
No need for people like you. Continue reading Misplaced Missive #2: Valor
If red sunrise means
that blood was spilled, would not the
sun always be red?
I think about George Carlin a lot. He was one of the first comedians I really started listening to when I was about eight… which is probably too young. But I think his cultural impact goes far beyond being a stand-up comedian. I really think he was a modern-day philosopher, especially as he got older and the subject matter of his comedy became more existential. I don’t know if he believed all of the ideas that he presented on stage, but he at least had the intellectual capacity to consider and explain them – convincingly. Continue reading Literary Inspiration – What are Rights?
I’ve been on a metal kick recently. I have never been terribly familiar with metal as a musical genre. The only metal band I could reasonably describe myself as a fan of is System of a Down. A while ago, I had been interested in finding other music like System of a Down, but I quickly learned that S.O.A.D. is entirely unique in their own right. Continue reading Quick Rip: I have found my musical home, and it is called Folk Metal
Waves charge like armies,
Swarming over rocks – hold fast!
A cyclical siege.