Episode 49 of theDark InSpectre is now online, in which our hero finds himself at the center of rather unseemly investigation.
Here’s an excerpt:
I wasn’t aware of Beale’s lips moving, but I heard the voice, that smirking, leering voice. “Well, how do you think it looks? I mean the lieutenant, best friends with James Mallon, formerly involved with Ms. Mallon? Then the husband is dead, possibly killed by the lieutenant, and the next thing you know, they’re shacking up together
This is not to say I look up to them for their addictions or their unfortunate suicides, but Hunter S. Thompson and Kurt Cobain are powerful influences in my life. The Father Of Gonzo and the Father Of Grunge--two men who entered the field of their interest, each carrying a powerful message, and, unwilling to change themselves, changed it completely and forever. But, yes, it is a bit about the 'rock-star lives' they led, though only one was a musician.
Currently, I am reading Dr.
I've been commuting by motorcycle for over six years now. All year, every year.
In Western Washington State, that means dealing with less than ideal road conditions. The ubiquitous rain is just the start. The rain loosens up road film and oil. The rain and wind blow leaves and branches onto the road. Black ice, hail, snow removal sand and so on. Every day, each month brings new challenges. The stakes are literally life and death.
I won't go too much into the idiots
Posting your work for others to see and comment on and critique is fun, but critiquing other people's work is the golden opportunity you have here. By honing your skills on other people's writing, you'll develop a better sense of what you should be doing to yours.
Take in-line critiques for example: critiques in which the critiquer's words are inserted directly into the writing. The critiquer's words are usually bright red or have a green background, anything to distinguish it from
I read Catcher in the Rye yesterday. After I finished reading it I wondered if Holden Caulfield ever found what he was looking for. You'd think that at some point someone would have told him, "Come on now. You're too old for all of this. It's time to grow up."
But honestly, I can kind of see the appeal in Holden's "catcher in the rye" fantasy, unrealistic as it might be. When you're a kid, you don't have to worry about anything because you don't know anything.