Has help came to the Peasants? One way to find out. Check out the newest chapter below. https://www.wattpad.com/568437684-peasants-season-one-chapter-four-what-do-i-know Like always, these are flash chapters, meant to be quick and fun reads. Comment below on what you think of the journey so far!
Check out the first entry in the ongoing series called Peasants, called Mere Peasants An epic story about the peasants who are often collateral damage when a knight fights a dragon to protect the princess, or an army of orcs fight for territory against a nation of elves. In the village of Lonely Stone End, everything happens... Continue Reading →
My new ongoing flash fiction series Peasants is out now with the first flash chapter: Chapter One: Mere Peasants. Flash Fiction and Flash Chapters are very short stories, ranging from 100 to 1000 words. I usually write a chapter from 30 minutes to an hour, with another hour or two in editing. A new chapter every Monday,... Continue Reading →
One of Us is Lying by Karen M. McManus is a thrilling read once the action picks up, which it doesn't take long to. I couldn't put the book down. Case in point, I usually write about books I'm currently reading through, but I read this book in about 3 days, and I'm a slow reader.... Continue Reading →
A very interesting and exciting challenge has been issued by C.S. Wilde on her blog. The challenge: write a story in two sentences. Straightforward enough. Here we go.. The couple, with joy and awe, stared over the precipice. Then they said "I do." It's so cool how many directions you can go with two... Continue Reading →
The main narrative of Star Wars: Aftermath by Chuck Wendig was thrilling and exciting. Before the announcement of Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens, I had never read any of the Expanded Universe books; but a story of a broken Empire and a budding New Republic was very interesting to me. I was so excited... Continue Reading →
The dormitory was on fire! The screams of fellow students that were trying to find their way outside could be heard from the third floor. Nathan, slowly, made his way down the smoke filled hallway, crouching low to the ground trying to avoid breathing in as much smoke as he could. As he was nearly... Continue Reading →
By Stephanie Lang for the Mountain University Journal Superheroes are a popular subject these days in Night Mountain, New Mexico; especially with the rising of a vigilante crime fighting group that call themselves The Thunderbirds. They plunged into the limelight when appearing on the scene of the University Riots a month ago, where they stopped... Continue Reading →