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The Wind

I decided to write a story for my husband for father’s day. I knew I wanted to write a scary story. I tried to write one about a demon cat, and it wasn’t flowing. Then I remembered a misunderstanding that sprang up during a recording of our podcast (Creepy Cabin Podcast) and this story was … Continue reading The Wind

Prompt: A Ghost Story

First off I’d like to apologize for taking so long between prompts and just overall posting in this blog. I hope to not go that long again, but no promises. Anyway, here’s a new prompt! It was tilted A Ghost Story and these are the words that I had to use for it: Tango Diversify … Continue reading Prompt: A Ghost Story

prompt: a camping trip in which no one has been camping before

howdy! remember when I messed up the very first prompt I posted from my prompt book (the piano bar)? welp, this new prompt I may have muddled up a little bit. technically, all of the characters featured in it have never gone camping before, but that seems to be mostly background information. so, please enjoy! … Continue reading prompt: a camping trip in which no one has been camping before

Bree Finds a Teacher

Howdy! This is a little scene I wrote that involves my D&D character, Bree. She is a young halfling rogue. Fresh into adulthood. She was separated from her family at a young age, and grew up on the streets of a city. She’s now in Waterdeep with a group of companions that she thinks of … Continue reading Bree Finds a Teacher

Not A Finisher

I have a confession to make. My confession is: I don’t know how to finish novels and stories. I have ideas galore, inspiration in abundance, and the drive to start. I can get pretty far into a project, and then… and then… I stop. I lose track of what I am working on. I lose … Continue reading Not A Finisher

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