The Clearing: A Country to Love and Posses (3/9)

Short Story, The Clearing

President Herman Gorthel was viewed as an authoritarian by most western countries. He held a firm grip on power, those who betrayed him were killed. He had a great vision for Munness and would allow no one to come between him and that vision. He wanted his country to be great, his singular vision was the direction he believed they needed to move in.

Sunday, March 5th, 2017

The Clearing: The Image of Love (2/9)

Short Story, The Clearing

This is the second in a short story series, for the first short story please read Cabin in the Woods.

The Clearing is a different

Sunday, February 26th, 2017

The Clearing: Cabin in the Woods (1/9)

Short Story, The Clearing

What would you do, if you were told that your purpose in life was predestined? That your sole task in life was judgement and damnation. Your decision could cost the deaths of billions of people. Would you not also seek out the isolation of the clearing? Part 1 of 9, meet the Carpenter and begin the journey.

Sunday, February 19th, 2017

Happy Valentines Day Readers

A Thought

I wanted to say thank you and I hope you have a great day. Wether you are with another or huddled on the couch watching

Tuesday, February 14th, 2017

Politics Makes Me Angry


Over the last few blogs I have been delving into politics and it has made me really angry. While anger can be motivating it does

Wednesday, February 8th, 2017

Short Story: You Don’t Belong

Short Story

To belong is a human right, what if you that was taken from you. For the totality of your life for no reason you didn’t belong. Then that feeling started to haunt you and dragging you into a delirium you may never recover from. That is Sebastian’s Story.

Sunday, January 15th, 2017

Short Story: The Creatures

Short Story

The door unlocked and I walked into a world I had almost forgotten. Dust covered furniture standing still, childhood memories running around them. The realisation of coming back a failure making those memories all the more bitter, the dreams of childhood crushed by the realities of adulthood.

Sunday, January 8th, 2017