Much to my delight and surprise, I have been nominated for the "Real Neat Blog Award" by the esteemed Duri Rolvson! Thank you, Duri, I am deeply flattered and humbled that you'd think of me for this! This was super encouraging and motivating to receive. ^^ And only a week from my birthday, no less! … Continue reading The Real Neat Blog Award
They come to the sound of my voice. (Click to Read More)
“Get back here, you stupid animal!” The calf dashed out from under Greg’s arms for the eleventh time, heedless of his yelling. Greg hurled his rope halter after it, exhausted and ticked off. He was going to kill that little bonehead. (Click to Continue Reading)
Hello friends, and welcome back to the River Blog! On this special occasion, I have a happy announcement to share: I HIT MY FIRST BIG MILESTONE ON MY BOOK! More specifically, I finished the main rough draft of Part 1 of the first book of Outcasts & Runaways, the series I have in my WIP … Continue reading Book-Writing Milestone!
“You really need to learn how to relax, Dennis,” Patricia said, standing knee-deep in a swamp full of killer plantlife.(Click to continue reading.)
It was always a pain understanding Bruce over the radio. “Can you repeat that, Sergeant?” (Click to continue reading.)
Hello hello, and welcome back to the River Blog! This will probably be a short one (unless I ramble, which is likely). First, for those who were here last week and were expecting another short story based one one of the prompts I received (as I promised), I do apologize for the change of plans! … Continue reading RB – Small Victories
Dreams could be very… interesting. Take this one, for instance. A moment ago, Julia had been riding in a hot-air balloon, and now the balloon was a giant nectarine. Or maybe it was a clementine. Those smaller orange-wannabees were always hard to tell apart. (Click to continue reading.)
Hello, my friends, and welcome back to the River Blog! It's been two weeks already, hasn't it. For those of you who missed the update, I have been absent the last couple of weeks due to working on a Writing Prompt Challenge I gave myself! Some AMAZING prompts were give to me (special thanks to DURI … Continue reading RB – Writing Prompt Challenge MET!
Pam stared out the window, face blank as a fresh-washed whiteboard. She turned with the slow, mechanical precision of a music box dancer. “Joe,” she said quietly, “why is there a moose on the lawn?” (Click to continue reading.)