Well, the vote was pretty unanimous: ya'll are definitely most interested in the story codenamed "Loneliest Bus Rider"! (Terrible name, must think of a new one.) So this will be the short story I focus on first! Thank you Grace, Natalya, and Duri for your votes, the input really encourages me! ^^ I AM a … Continue reading RB – Poll Results and Book Stuff
“You really need to learn how to relax, Dennis,” Patricia said, standing knee-deep in a swamp full of killer plantlife.
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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.)
Hello, all! It's that time again: time for me to ask you guys to throw a writing prompt my way. The impetus this time is that I realized I've almost completely run through my collection of the short stories I post every Friday (I'll probably have to go down to one every two weeks eventually) and … Continue reading I Need Writing Prompts!
Well, I mean, it’s not like I TRIED to shoot the moon. (Click to continue reading.)
Hello all, and welcome back to the River Blog! Apologies for the missed update last week, it’s been a bit crazy around here with my normal day job as a sales technician selling insulated concrete forms for building houses. But I won’t bore ya’ll with that unless you find foam forms fascinating. When we last … Continue reading RBlog – Writing: Any Suggestions?
Hello all, and welcome back to The River Blog! I'm your host, Jenn Hilty, author and procrastinator extraordinaire. When we last left The River Blog, I was posting the first "half" of "The Sofa In The Lake," the writing prompt challenge I gave myself a week to finish. Of course, this being my first time … Continue reading RBlog – Musings On Sofas (And Writing)
Kenny careened through the hallways, sliding on polished concrete as he whipped around corners. More millipede robots stared at him as he passed; some even turned to follow. But he didn’t notice. His ears were too full of the pounding of his own heart. (Click to continue reading.)
“Kenny? Kenny, are you still there? Kenny!” (Click to continue reading.)