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Escape

Escape

I had so much fun writing The Heir, and building the world, that I couldn’t stop at just one volume. Now that The Heir is complete, I’m ready to begin the next segment. So, without further ado, I present, The Amulet Saga, Volume Two: The Traveler Escape Rose pulled her violet cloak around her shoulders. […]

Misdirection and the Gullibility of the American People

Misdirection and the Gullibility of the American People

Dr. von Ratner eyed the incubators through the two-way mirror. They sat in the waiting room, arms crossed over their chests and trembling, terrified, but not of him or of what he was about to do to them. No, they feared the consequences of their own actions. They believed he was here to help. Von […]

Writing Shorts

Writing Shorts

As you know if you’ve been following me for awhile, I’m pretty into short fiction. My short story collection, The Heir, is coming out soon (stay tuned!), I’ve done quite a number of short stories on this blog, and of course I’ve done plenty of them via Splickety/Havok. I really like writing it. I like […]

The Resolution

The Resolution

After they murdered The Cleaning Fairy, The Gnomes started running amok. Mother instituted The Plan to take care of them. So the gnomes began The Retaliation. This started The War. Now, the war must end. The Rise of the Gnomes Part Six: The Resolution Mother sat for a long time, just staring at the leader […]

The War

The War

When first we met Mother, the Cleaning Fairy had been murdered. The Gnomes had risen to power. Mother devised the Plan to take care of them, and the Gnomes commenced the Retaliation. This means War. The Rise of the Gnomes, Part Five: The War Mother hadn’t caught a Gnome in one of her traps in […]

The Retaliation

The Retaliation

First, they murdered the Cleaning Fairy. Then, The Gnomes started running wild. So Mother came up with The Plan. Now, the Gnomes fight back. The Rise of the Gnomes Part Four: The Retaliation The Prince had been captured. He’d been drawn to the expensive crystal vase in on the top shelf. Gryslette had warned him […]

Screwtape Sounds Off on “Christian Fiction”

By guest blogger John Wheeler (With apologies—up to a point—to C.S. Lewis) My dear Wormwood, It is always heartwarming to read your occasional reports on how that Human author, Lewis, posthumously transmits the disinformation about us which we so subtly put into his hands. Even more heartwarming—down to the very Pit of the Lowerarchy—is that […]