Trapped Partner

With the completion of New Roads and Arduous Harvest, I turned my remaining time in April to write the last story for the month, a tale of suspense. Unlike the previous stories, I had no clue what the story’s rough shape was going to be. Yet with some careful thought, I had an excellent idea take seed. A couple months ago I published an installment in my Partners series titled, Inquiries. While this tale does not pick up immediately after those events, it does highlight the depths of their friendship...

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Arduous Harvest

Upon completion of New Roads, I turned my attention completely over to the second genre of the month, a sci-fi tale. When I stopped to think about this one, my mind flashed to Firefly. While it was a short-lived television show, it boasted a unique premise and a wonderful cast of actors. Unfortunately, it lived a single season, but that blend of spaghetti western and science fiction made for some quality diversions...

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New Roads

I hope everyone has had a good April so far. Despite recent attempts to get back on a schedule for the flash fiction for my patrons, my other projects continue to loom over me and steal time away from me. However, as I’ve promised my patrons, I will always publish your stories. So as the end of April loomed over me, I thought about potential stories for both a note driven ghost story and my Partners series...

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Art Roundup, week of April 22nd

Despite not being strictly found in nature, the cultivated flowerbeds make me smile. It doesn’t matter how small or large the bed is, if done right, the splash of color does wonders to create a sense of beauty for those who see it...

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Art Roundup, week of April 15th

My favorite sights in nature fall into three categories: a sunrise/sunset, a waterfall (no matter the size), and everything under the water. However, with some recent views, cultivated flowerbeds are creeping into that short list of natural beauty despite being manmade...

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Art Roundup, week of April 8th

Despite having a nice DSLR, I’m not lugging it around every day. Fortunately, the technology inside smartphones has rendered my expensive frame and lenses borderline irrelevance for the day to day. While I still grab my camera when I’m expecting to see wonderful views, most of the time all I have on me is my phone and its built-in camera. So, when I see something that captures my attention, I whip out my phone to capture the sight...

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Art Roundup, week of April 1st

With another week of posting my art on DeviantArt, it’s once more time to bring the art to my site. Among those peices of art are some closeups of an Azalea bushes and the start of another series focused on some geese waddeling about a local shopping center. However, the final peice of artwork posted was another entry in my Man’s Best Friend series...

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Hunting Outlaws

First, I’d like to wish everyone a Happy Easter. May you all have a wonderful day filled with family, friends, and joy. When I finished penning both Evading Pursuit and Hidden Theft, I turned my attention to the final story for the month, a historical fiction. Aside from knowing who would feature in this tale, everything else was eluding me. Which meant I sat down and stared at my laptop’s screen as I sifted through various potential ideas, instantly dismissing the vast majority of them...

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Art Roundup, week of March 25th

As I completed a small series of what I assume were geese, I turned to another short series. This time instead of following some waddeling avians, I’m kicking off a series of Azaleas. These bushes have a special place in my heart. Every time I see the flowering plants, I’m transported back to my childhood home. Unfortunately, the flowers don’t last all that long, so I was still lucky to grab these images...

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Hidden Theft

Upon completion of Evading Pursuit, I turned my attention to the second story for my patrons, a crime caper. While I enjoy exploring crime with Jessica, I wanted to twist the formula this time. So, instead of following her actions, I’m blending this tale with a hint of a mystery. As a result, I’m tapping Kyle Rickman to oversee Jessica’s criminal act...

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Evading Pursuit

With less than a week till Easter, I’m glad to publish the first piece of flash fiction to my patrons. While it’s a little later than I would have liked, I did better this month than I have since January, which is a good thing. Eventually, I’ll fall into the cadence I’d like to maintain. But for the time being, I’m excited to publish the Action/Adventure that my patrons wanted...

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Art Roundup, week of March 18th

As I continue highlighting nature’s beauty, I have a few candid shots to share. While the first two are snapshots of a local flowering tree, I’m not well versed enough to peg the actual type, but that lack of knowledge doesn’t diminish the flowers’ beauty. And sometimes there are moments when wildlife obliges you, mostly. When they come, you have to capture them...

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Art Roundup, week of March 11th

The common theme from last week’s posts on DeviantArt revolve around a vine that bloomed in my neighboorhood last year. While on a walk I found a slew of hanging plants complete with vibrant colored petals. There’s also a fresh image to my Premium gallery, featuring all the dogs I can find and photograph...

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Art Roundup, week of March 4th

Last week, the images I posted revolved around a few snapshots in my life. While none of these moments were earth shattering for my life, they were all moments that teased a smile out of me. Also, each of these images started out as photos captured with a camera phone. When I thumbed through my catalogue of photos, these popped, captivating my imagination and desire to transform them into watercolors. Hopefully, these will bring a smile to your face, as they do when I study them...

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Art Roundup, week of February 26th

As the series from the aquarium rounds to a close, I turned to some photographs from my past. While one is anchored in my childhood, it was taken relatively recently. While the other was captured on an old commute a few jobs back. While neither of those shots was taken in the heart of nature, they exemplify the result of curating our environment in order to bring nature’s beauty to our everyday world...

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