Chapter Five of the novella Angels: Moon and Sun by Sarah Lampkin
My Father The man who taught me how to hunt The man who taught me how to be tough The man who taught me how to use sarcasm The man who taught me that hard work pays off The man who encouraged me to keep writing Never Change Old Man Happy Father's Day!
Back in May, I was able to finish the first round of edits for To Dream is to Die about two weeks early. I’m not entirely sure how I was able to do it, but I did it. I should be getting round two soon. That only means one thing. It’s one step closer to the... Continue Reading →
Scarred by life's challenges There are some things he cannot speak aloud Some words that he cannot see His language marred by the Fade Damaged by the chaos The cursed words changed yet unseen Never the same Fate took them away The Child Dreamer
Recently, I was asked by a friend for some help on a script he was writing. We spent hours discussing the plot and what emotion he was trying to invoke from his audience. This lead to an interesting thought. My experience in life has altered my reaction to things differently than most.
The Child Dreamer: A Dead Dreamer Prequel ᚨ ᚲᚺᚨᛝᚲᛖ Unlike those from the village, the people here were kind. They fed me, gave me clothes, and allowed me to play with their children. They were not afraid of me as the ᛒᛚᚨᚲᚲᛋᛗᛁᛏᚺ's children had been. It was strange. I slept in a different bed each... Continue Reading →