Nighttime blabbering 330

After a long pause from doing blog stories, I decided to get back to it. Originally, I planned to fo a standalone, but now... I am thinking of making it a series. I am much better at the longer form, you must've realized that by now. Besides, I am going to be busy in the … Continue reading Nighttime blabbering 330


Phantom generation

The night was the time when a back-alley part of the city came to life. Neon lights, dim music, and black-clad men on the streets, all of it belonged to a subculture of Sectoria. Bums near the trash cans, they only look nonthreatening, but they play a role. They observe what was left of the … Continue reading Phantom generation

What Makes a Happy Storyteller?

Commander Cunn Cage is calling for help. Let’s run to her aid.

Cage Dunn: Writer, Author, Teller-of-tall-tales

Reviews. Especially from people the writer respects and values as professional and sincere, a person with integrity, someone who helps and advises with flair and honesty.

Why am I waffling on?

Let me fill you in:

It was the year 2017. I wrote a quick story during NaNoWriMo and self-published it. The story didn’t turn out the way I planned. That’s one of the benefits of quick-step planning and writing – the result can be … interesting.

This story turned out to be an allegory. Environmental. It spun the words into the world, and I loved them. There were bits that needed some light fixing, but overall, the effect was what I would expect from this type of story.

And people like the story. Of course, everyone has a slightly different take on what it means, how to read it.

That’s the way it should be. The reader owns the…

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