On the Western Front — L.T. Garvin

Seamus Blackmore fastened his gun holster to his waist and took a deep breath. He was ready. In a few minutes, he would face that yella belly Erath. He reckoned he would win cause he was right. They wasn’t fightin’ over fences or cattle or women. No. The most important thing a man could hang … Continue reading On the Western Front — L.T. Garvin

Journey. — Musings of PuppyDoc

Veiled by shadows neath verdant timbers, woolen skies’ tears dissolve to mist. Fears immured by fragrant breezes, doubts enfold with tendered kiss. A promenade from frond to bloom, a gentle nudge down path unknown. Through sacred sites, its secrets saved, this one she takes–she takes alone. via Journey. — Musings of PuppyDoc

When Writing Makes Reading Hard — Shannon A Thompson

When Writing Makes Reading Hard by Susannah Ailene Martin I’ve been writing seriously since I was 15. In other words, I’ve had 5 years of training in the craft of writing. That’s how writing works; the more you do it, the better you get at it. I’ve learned a lot about how story structure works and … Continue reading When Writing Makes Reading Hard — Shannon A Thompson