So I’m feeling like toasted ass and my body has basically told me to gfy, so I have been attempting to take it easy for the week. I’m thinking it’s walking pneumonia again, which is only mildly irritating instead of incapacitating. But needless to say, it’s annoying to the fact that I probably shouldn’t be performing my normal routines, including going out in public and exercising. Continue reading ODIN IS AFFLICTED – Weekly (ish) Summary Report
Like most who know about the artform, I was introduced to improv comedy from the famed TV show Whose Line Is It Anyway? Despite many of the references going over my head at the time, I still found myself bursting at the seams with laughter at the off-the-cuff antics of the performers.
In high school, I was fortunate enough to participate in an improv club, where we not only played common games, but also took field trips to performances and studied techniques from professionals in the city. Continue reading How Improv Comedy Helped Me as a Writer
Welcome to the very first Weekly Summary Report of Sleepless Flame 2.0. Things…are happening. As far as I can tell. My body is currently recovering from the shock of organized scheduling, and I may have taken on too much too soon. What else is new?
In addition to the writing shenanigans, I am attempting another workout regiment while hoping not to feel like death the day after. So far it’s not going well. I took two days off so that I won’t feel like an open can of Surströmming that’s been left out in the sun for a month when I go to HEMA practice over the weekend.
IT IS TIME.
Time to subject myself to the bittersweet writing cycle again. Nara’s saga has just begun to take shape, and she has a whole solar system to experience. With the shaky end of the publication phase of Sleepless Flame, I barely had any time to recover my wits. But I find myself in this weird creative limbo where I have no desire to work on any side projects. And the lure of the Outline Sirens is calling. ONCE MORE INTO THE FRAY.
THE TIMELINE AS IT IS:
I promise, I promise, I will have actual content shortly, but LOOKIT MY 2LB MASSIVE CYBERCHILD:
She’s a beast at 514 pages. I can’t even right now. I am in a glass case of emotion. My hands are shaking, and I am surprised I can type out a cohesive sentence. Though I am finding myself hitting backspace a lot more than normal. It’s been a real rollercoaster, but now I can say I have seen something to a close.
Welp. There it is. I actually published a deng book. Sleepless Flame is a thing that exists in reality. Despite being a weaver of words, I don’t exactly have a way to explain my thoughts and feelings. Immersive science fiction worlds, specifically cyberpunk, have always been an extremely important part of my life. It has literally kept me alive these years, and I am so happy to finally breathe mine into existence.
I’ve said before, I don’t have much to be proud of in my life, and I find it very difficult to finish projects. I get discouraged easily and give up. But after seven years, I finally saw something to the end. Huh.
First off I need to say LOOKIT WHAT THE FORMATTER DID!!! It makes it looks so real and I’M NOT CRYING IT’S RAINING ON MY FACE.
If you need your own books formatted, I HIGHLY recommend Serendipity Formats. She is so great to work with and very responsive. Continue reading WE ARE LIVE – Sleepless Flame Release on Amazon
Greetings all!! I’ve been featured by the awesome
@CandidCeillie about my writing techniques and inspiration. Check out the article if you want to learn a little more about me.
Don’t mind me, I’m just ugly crying in front of Photoshop while everything is starting to come together and my grip on reality slips.
So here is finally, the cover for Sleepless Flame: Continue reading SLEEPLESS FLAME COVER REVEAL
We all know me and my love for stealth action games. And for hyperfuturistic games. So I poked around the Steam sales looking for MORE, and I happened upon this fascinating work called ECHO from UltraUltra, which is a Denmark based indie studio formed by veterans of the Hitman series, and not unfamiliar to the genre.
Guess what guys, I have MORE FEELINGS. This is certainly a unique experience that I would recommend to others, but there were a few small hangups that I found conflicting with my play.