Written for Microcosms, this story was quite a fun one to write. Not quite unicorns and rainbows, though… For those who missed yesterday’s post, I’m giving the story first and the “behind the scenes” afterwards. Fiction: The Book of Damnation Welstandsuitsig Abbey had been built upon a tall pinnacle. Waking and sleeping in shifts, they … More Behind the fiction: The Book of Damnation
He came at midday, raw fingers and knuckles leaving bloody specks on the stone as he climbed the height of the rock to reach the abbey… … More Flash Fiction: The Book of Damnation
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So, to that end, I’m going to relaunch the Patreon page in a week or two with some new tiers… … More Patreon: Change is in the air!
To that end, I’ve come up with a Plan Of Action for the next few months which I hope will get me where I want to be at the beginning of 2019 to start the year of with a bang. … More Starting over in October
So what does the rewrite mean? Well… … More Writing Update: “Forgotten” – a short story
My new article has been published on The Mighty! Click here to read “5 ways to treat yourself on a difficult day with chronic illness”.
I woke up dead, the colour removed from the world.
Not again. … More Flash fiction: Red
The temperatures here on the Highveld are soaring and it seems like our spring will be very short-lived. However, the trees are green (the jacarandas half purple) and there are birds everywhere in the garden looking a lot happier that a month ago. Also, somewhere in the neighbourhood there is now a rooster — … More Writing Update: “Forgotten” and a writing routine
This past weekend was the first market where I exhibited my own crafts! I’ve called it Ruon Crafts — because why not — and had some notebooks, amigurumi, bookmarks, etc. … More Of markets, sunburn, and writing