All posts filed under: Writing

#BlogBattle. August Entry: Subsanity.

“Tully, if the world is run by sentient AI what happens to humans?” Outside, terraforming had stalled. Earth was dead and a purge was in progress.

#BlogBattle. July Entry: Ghosts of the Past.

As I looked through time an event became clear. Focussed and entirely wrong. It destroyed a family, a man and created a paradox. Twins separated by the skin of two worlds touching.

#BlogBattle. February Entry: Time Split.

“Chronomancy is forbidden. It is my belief the elder mages corrupted time, spitting it in the past and in doing so destroyed their future.” Jeremiah Delaland, Thaumaturgical Archaelogy.

Rachael Ritchey on The Making of an Anthology.

Last November saw me alongside fifteen other authors published in The Crux Anthology. This is Rachael’s story on how it unfolded.

Writers Block, is it all in Your Head? How to Beat it by Being a Mindful Writer. #ISWG

“Deep into the darkness peering, long I stood there, wondering, fearing, doubting, dreaming dreams no mortal ever dared to dream before.” Edgar Allan Poe.

December is here, the new word is “Heart.” Come Join the #BlogBattle. My Entry, “The Chaos Engine”

“Love is a powerful bond. If it is snatched away by something evil then the resulting madness can be tossed in one of two directions.” Jeremiah Delalande, Book of The Exorcist.

The Crux Anthology. Sixteen Authors From Around The Globe in One Book. Out 26 November 2018.

There was once a short story competition. The winners now find themselves about to be published. Some for the very first time….

October is here, the new word is “Cave.” Come Join the #BlogBattle. My Entry, “The Time Paradox.”

“Sleep, those little slices of death — how I loathe them.” Edgar Allan Poe.

Isolation is Linked to High Level Creativity. This is Why an Author Should Dedicate Solitary Time to Write. #ISWG

“I would get a lot of writing done if I lived in isolation in a cave under a swamp.” Claire Cameron.

#BlogBattle. When the Moon is up Then it’s Time to Sit by A Fire and Recall Times Past.

“Ever considered the first lycan? Borne of trust on a moonlit night in a time so long ago that the beast has turned to myth. How many stories, do you think, are drawn later into yarns spun when the sun goes down?”