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
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
Um, today was a quiet day. I got up really early and picked the beans in the field. Now they are to get dry in their cacoons and when they are ready, I'm gonna run them over, make the protective shell break and just sift it on the wind to get the good stuff. In … Continue reading Nighttime blabbering 329
Commander Cunn Cage is calling for help. Let’s run to her aid.
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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I get the feeling I am repeating myself in these blabberings. I try to be original and sound interesting when I talk about what is going on with my life. Perhaps that is a task too much. It could be the weather, but I don't want to blame the forces of nature for how I … Continue reading Nighttime blabbering 328
Hm, I haven't made a video for the weekend. I am still looking for a tempting topic I can blabber about. In the meantime, I am outside, working on the pavement around my house. After the 40 years the house was built and the material that was used, pretty much everything crumbled. It begged us … Continue reading Nighttime blabbering 327
Time Paradox will be coming out publicly in the next month. Until that happens, I am working on a new story. For this one, I'll give my best to do an illustration or try something experimental. The weekend is coming, it's already Wednesday and I am not sure what my topic for the video should … Continue reading Nighttime blabbering 326
Long waiting paid off with this story. Jovana Mitrović, an editor I hired to help me said "Oh my God, you keep mixing present tense with the past tense. Stop doing that for the love of God.", and also noted: "This was an interesting story and I love how you misled me into reading two … Continue reading Time travel paradox (out now)
As promised, I bring to you my new video from the channel. I went a little deeper with the concept of writing and the reasons why you should write. All of my videos are more of a vlog than an actual exposition of the topic. I'd appreciate if you would subscribe and amass my following, … Continue reading The purpose of writing (video)
I am following my tradition of getting challenges and completing them with great results. Just today, I started writing a story for which I plan to translate it and use it for my Patreon. This story is to be done in Goth era type horror, inspired by feudal Serbian Empire, while leaning towards the local … Continue reading Nighttime blabbering 325