Quick Announcement: Fanhouse

Hey Everybody! I have decided to launch a Fanhouse. Fanhouse is a way for people to either subscribe or “tip” me for my works. While I am still sorting out exactly what will and won’t be on there, I do have a few things. On my public wall (free to read), I will be doing […]

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Quick Annoucements

Hello everybody! I have two announcements, the first kind of bad, so I will get it out of the way now. I will not have an Impressions post, at least for this week. My mental health has not been the greatest, which has pushed me behind. I am feeling better, though, so hopefully, it will […]

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Exploring: History- America’s Roadside Attractions

I recently wrote about my second visit to the famous “The Thing” on I-10. The roadside attraction was first set up sometime prior to 1969. It was set up by Thomas Binkley Prince and then taken over by his wife when he passed. As I mentioned in my piece, the entire roadside attraction has recently […]

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Exploring: History- Buffalo Bill and The World’s Fair

In 1893 Chicago was the host of the World’s Fair. The World’s Fair is an event that has been happening on and off since the late 1700s. The focus originally of the fair was meant to feature the achievements of the nation hosting and those individuals participating. It would feature the best of the best […]

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The Hunter

It took me a while to realize that we were no longer near our parents. We had decided to go out to the desert for a family trip; it was something we did frequently enough. Both of my parents had been raised out in the country, and since we lived in the city, they made […]

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The Cafe Paperback is Live

Hello everybody, a writing announcement, the paperback version of The Cafe is now live. I have had requests in the past for paperback versions of my ebooks, so I am excited to try this out and see how it goes. If you haven’t been following long or perhaps have forgotten, The Cafe is my take […]

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Flash Fiction: Pressure

Content Warning: Body Horror I could feel it. I didn’t know what it was, but I could still feel it. A pressure building just below the surface in the back of my mouth. It seemed to be right under my gums. It wasn’t painful, but it was enough that I knew it was there. I […]

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The Aftermath Announcement

This was a long time coming but The Aftermath is finally live again. When I decided to take it down to rework on it I thought it would be a short project. However with the amount of growth I’ve had (as a person and writer) since first putting the anthology out there it ended up […]

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Exploring: History- Madam Bathory

If you are into True Crime, horror, the occult, or any of those sorts of interests odds are you’ve heard at least a little about Madam Bathory. She is often considered the female counterpart to Vlad the Impaler. Although whereas Vlad is largely praised for his vampire-like mythos, Countess Elizabeth Bathory not so much. There […]

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Exploring: Hoaxes- The Cardiff Giant

“There were giants in the earth in those days; and also after that” Genesis 6:4 King James In 1867 staunch atheist George Hull had a conversation with a bible literalist who said he believed that the bible confirmed that there were once giants. This conversation would inspire Hull to later fund and set up one […]

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