As one usually does (and full well knowing that I had no change), I searched frantically through my pockets for the spare change that I knew I didn’t have, and responded, “uh, no sir, sorry about that.” “Okay. God bless ya,” the bearded man replied. He still stood in his same spot and gazed out … Continue reading Regardless: Part Two
"I’m not sure how it came to be that I was sitting there on my disintegrating leather couch speaking to Adi in regards to the events that took place on that strange day in April ‘19; the day it all began. "I remember it like it was yesterday, sitting there along the river just a … Continue reading Regardless (Part One)
Creating an entirely original fantasy world has been magical. I've found that when writing a story, I come to an opportunity to elaborate on a history of whatever it is I came across.
Tarnstead was a quaint little town in Escala. Escala was a vast country of rolling hills remaining near-entirely treeless and naked for the most part. Today, the sixty-third of Aleil in the year of 1410 of the fourth age—two brothers and a wagon full of fish (not-so)fresh from The Breaking River creakily made their way … Continue reading TEKW Book One, Chapter One
A book that I will one day read to my children! If you're a fan of fantasy and magical things, this is the book for you. I'm not going to write a full-blown review for this because I don't like reviewing things; most notably books. I think in a sense that it's not my business to critique … Continue reading The Name of The Wind (Patrick Rothfuss)