Writing is essentially how I think; everything processed in a narrative. Below are some short stories (and one long western) I particularly enjoy. I am also embarking on my second National Novel Writing Month in November of 2020. If you want to check out what I’ve written, just scroll down! You can also see my work over at Content Creators Haven.
It started as a joke, I swear. What if myself, my friends, and our content community were all set in the Wild West? 14 chapters later, I present a monstrosity. Enjoy.
This was my senior project at Cal State Monterey Bay; four short stories about journalists in the far future (past the year 2050). Our class’s theme was “The Year 2050,” focusing on how Communications will help the world through our muddy future. Each story has a different version of the future, and they focus on different sorts of journalists.
A prompt originating the the restless mind of a friend, The Rescue was a wonderful challenge and excellent fun to write.
This is one of my favorite stories I’ve ever completed. It was a joy to write, and to research. The idea of everyday magic, and reaching beyond the commonly taught Greek and Roman mythologies, was so satisfying to bring to light.
I found an actually interesting writing prompt on Instagram…and then promptly forgot about it for about a year and a half. But! Here is the Intro based on that prompt! As I am participating in National Novel Writing Month 2020, it will be just the intro for a while. Feel free to leave any suggestions!
More on NaNoWriMo!
National Novel Writing Month is a wonderful program that offers anyone the chance to finally sit down and write that book. It’s a marathon of writing; 50,000 words in the month of November, with celebratory badges, excellent resources, and fashionable merchandise. They are a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping all writers reach their potential, and see that potential in themselves. If you can please consider donating to them at their donations page, or join me in writing a novel this November!