Short Stories and Flash Fiction

Currently, I am awaiting approval on a short piece I submitted to Brevity. In the meantime, I am revising a short story I published on Smashwords, completing my work for Full Sail, and prepping for a small series that I will be slowly releasing on Smashwords in roughly 10-15 pieces of flash fiction. I’m looking for an artist to design cover art for each piece so it may be some time before the first title is published. Regardless, I am really excited about it!

The story is about

What if… ?

As I sit and enjoy my bowl of Crispix and almond milk, this question plagues my every waking minute. It is a single chip off of the writer’s mighty cornerstone, and it holds the weight of many worlds upon its two-word foundation. What if? What if this bowl of Crispix held a note from a cereal factory worker crying for help? What if I had awoken in my bed this afternoon floating on the ocean? What if the world was really flat? What would happen, and how would it affect my reality?

Failure

From time to time, it’s something we all have to deal with, and today, I failed my Physical Training (P.T.) test. I didn’t fail hard, but I did fail. I’ve failed a lot of different things in the past year, and I believe today was a message from the universe telling me it’s time to reevaluate my priorities. I could give you a thousand different excuses as to why I failed, but none of them would matter. The facts are that I did fail and it was my fault. The only thing that matters now is what I do afterwards.

Do I give up?

What Do I Blog About?

I’ve been steaming over this question for quite some time now until moments ago, when Lady Luck bestowed a moment of clarity upon me in the shower. It occurred to me that I just want to create and share dark and beautiful stories. I want to explore that paper thin line between black and white, right and wrong, dark and light. These varying shades of grey are everywhere, in all stories in the form of novels, video games, movies, music, and even trading card games. There is never such a thing as pure good and evil when it comes to human intentions.

Over the coming weeks, maybe even years, I am going to be sharing