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Yearly Archives: 2011
This entry is part 5 of 14 in the series EquanimityAce wasn’t the only person who’d had a revelation about his death: Joseph Aernoudts had awoken with the same realization two weeks earlier. At first, the old man had dismissed … Continue reading
This entry is part 4 of 14 in the series EquanimityHelen Kramer was good at what she did. Very good. The cases she had fought over the years had brought her a number of distinctions and honours, to the point … Continue reading
This entry is part 3 of 14 in the series EquanimityAce paced back and forth in his stuffy apartment, the thought of his death overtaking his mind. How would it happen? He wasn’t sure. Where would it happen? He didn’t … Continue reading
As a follow-up to this very-early morning’s post, I’ve completed work on the War of the Soulhers Page and Banner (see below).
Its late and I’m tired, but with good reason: I’ve created a new Creative Writing page, along with pages for about half of the stories on the site, all of which are available from the navigation bar up above. I’ll … Continue reading
It was a year ago today that I announced I was working on a new short story. At the time I estimated the story would be ready in early August 2010. Boy was I wrong! It was supposed to be … Continue reading
This entry is part 2 of 14 in the series EquanimityAce Birnam awoke suddenly, his body covered in cold sweat. For a moment his mind replayed the terrifying nightmare that had awoken him, and then, just as quickly as they … Continue reading
This entry is part 1 of 14 in the series EquanimityEvidence presented in the case of: The People VS Joshua Pent Exhibit A: Second last entry in Joshua’s Diary Aimée, my dear, my love. How could I have forsaken you? … Continue reading
I learned the other day that the average person reads no more than 100 books in their lifetime. Honestly, I found that number to be very low, and began counting the number of books I’ve read during my life. I … Continue reading