Jumping into disaster

Hello again!

A little bit of fiction inspired by watching kangaroos hop in front of our car. It’s not as cute as it sounds. Also no kangaroos were hurt in the writing of this story.

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Chaser.

I’m very excited to share the below. This is going to be the basis for my next set of novels! I got a flash of this scene below about two years ago, and it’s only now that I almost have time to dedicate to it. Hope you enjoy it!

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Night’s kiss.

Latest piece below. A little Gothic and a little supernatural.

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Just an ordinary day, then.

Back to the fiction! This little piece was inspired by (many) mornings when I am late for work.

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Power Hungry

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Last night I got power hungry. Not just a little bit either, I’m talking take over the World power hungry.

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Fading light.

This short story is again, about death. Not scary, just a little sad. I really need to move on from this topic.

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Hello, Twenty Two.

Another one that gave me goosebumps as I wrote it. Part of this story actually happened to me. I’ll let you wonder about which part.

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Imaginary Friend.

I’ve been writing about death a bit lately. Not sure why? But I’ll post it as it comes. Enjoy

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It’s the end of the World, and I feel fine.

This whole writing fiction every week, isn’t as frightening as I thought it would be.

Latest piece below.

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Reblog – The Scene & Heard: A Call For Submissions

Hello! Get over to Tre’s page and check out a most exciting announcement about the brand spanking new Scene and Heard Journal.

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Hello, beautiful people! As appreciative as I am of each of you who have taken the time to stop by, read my words, share your thoughts, and share this community in a mature and loving manner, it is my joy to present to you, The Scene & Heard: A Journal of Artistic Reflections.

What is this?
IN OUR BOOK, ANY INDIVIDUALWHO SEEKS TO EXTERNALISE THEIR INTERNAL WORKINGS IN WRITING OR VISUAL ART IS AN ARTIST.

TSHJwill be independently published and printed with a minimum print run of 2,500 copies7 times per year. The purpose of our endeavour is to honor the literary and visual arts by collating individuals’ artistic expressions to create a collective piece of art in each and every issue. Copies will be distributed through subscription and retail outlets. Cover Price: $15.00.

General submissions are on a roll in basis, year-round. We are expecting the first issue to…

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