Playground Defender

Rebekah and I stood in the playground arguing.  Usually we got along fine, but today she wouldn’t see reason.  She didn’t want to kill tanbark monsters, and there was no convincing her otherwise.  I scowled and looked at the baseball diamond.  Dad was at bat with his straight billed baseball cap worn too high.  A…

An Excerpt from my Book

Chapter 14 Alina watched the moon through the window.  The image warped around a crack, but shown white and clear against the black night sky.  Her breath formed wispy fog that wafted in the silent light, drifting into nothingness as it disappeared into the silent air around her.  Her mind drifted to her one true…

Why the Blog?

This blog is an experiment. I have stuff in my head all the time (better than the alternative I guess).  Pointless debate topics, satirical discourses, and insults that I’m too afraid to say out loud.  Most of the time these thoughts cram their way into my brain while I’m wading through a litany of technical…