What happens to a city kid dropped in a fantasy forest? Terrible things.
I noticed as I came to, that there was no pillow smell this time. No excess drool, and in fact my mouth was entirely devoid of any spit. In a rush of fear, and after attempts to move my body, I realized I couldn’t feel anything at all. I looked […]
Chapter .12 of my serial Grey. What happens to a kid with broken ribs and a penchant for the weak turtle defense? Find out here.
A breakdown of plans for my forthcoming serial Grey.
Thousands of years ago there was a great breaking of the world. Few alive have the knowledge of why this was necessary, but in the end, the world was split into two. On the one side, a person lived in a world of controlled technology and evolution. On the other, even the basest creatures can alter the world’s path. Then came a boy named Icarus, who preferred Fern, and didn’t particularly want to be there. This is his story, and how he became a fable told from one village to the next.
Synopsis: The Splinters are a broken territory, divided among various noble and ignoble characters. On any given day blood may spill, victory may be claimed, or travesties may occur. No citizen ever truly knows the joys and struggle of monotony. On this particular day, a Herald arrives, and what he brings will shake all of the lands.
Finding my real writing style, welcome to Creation. The beginning of my beginning.
Walker Rohe was just another anxiety-riddled American until he stumbled into a flea-ridden homeless man on the street. After profuse apologies, the stranger offered Walker something he’d never heard of… a pocket world. Now, thrown into a brightly colored dungeon of mystery, Walker has to figure out how to survive […]
Journal Entry #1: This Journal is the ownership of the great and powerful Walker Rohe. I’m writing this with a hope in my heart, that I can dispel a plague of anxiety that follows me everywhere I go. I had this woman, some psychiatrist, tell me I need to have […]
The following is my initial chapter 1 of The Boy and the Stick. I’m considering a partial rework for a better flow at the beginning, and making chapter two a bit faster. I’ve found that if I’m not excited to write this portion of the book, this portion of the […]