The Rise of the Rebecca Cult

Tent Revival has gone so many different directions as of late. With the rough draft finished, now I can see where I want to take my story. It has got me thinking. I may have to rewrite one of my older short stories to get it all to come together in the way I want.Continue reading “The Rise of the Rebecca Cult”

Tent Revival: Rebecca rising

So, this week I’ve introduced a new character into the Tent Revival Universe. Her name is Rebecca and she is one wild woman. Allen and Rhonda, two of the main characters in the book, seek her charms to increase their power and to become one with her group. Allen will find, as Rhonda already knows,Continue reading “Tent Revival: Rebecca rising”

Scratch, Scratch, Scratch: A Poem

Scratch, Scratch, Scratch   Scratch, scratch, scratch. What was that? My imagination that haunts me? Or the noise from under the floor? My sister come to talk to me; come to do me harm? She was my friend at one time, but now I’m not so sure. She scares me with her intentions, maybe meansContinue reading “Scratch, Scratch, Scratch: A Poem”

Still on the Scrivener writing curve

I’m still trying to figure it out but only have 24 days left in the trial. I’ve written two papers so far with Scrivener. They were term papers for my college class. It wasn’t too bad. I didn’t have to do any extra tables or open up separate web pages. I was able to importContinue reading “Still on the Scrivener writing curve”

Tent Revival: What I’ve learned so far

  New image for Tent Revival. This is the planned book cover. I never really had much of an idea of what I wanted this to look like but put it together piece by piece. The book itself now stands at 56000 words and counting. It’s the biggest project I’ve worked on to date. IContinue reading “Tent Revival: What I’ve learned so far”

As my Father Taught, so do I

Hard work is important, as many a father might say But just as important is the way he acts The things he shares to large and accepting eyes The things that make a man who he is Not power or might, but humbleness, kindness, understating of another’s plight A man is sometimes taught to beContinue reading “As my Father Taught, so do I”

Word to the wise, never go full on Elvis before stretching first!

Today I was trying to make the long daytime job a little more interesting. So, I decided, or maybe was coerced, to perform karaoke to Elvis’ Jailhouse Rock. I performed with gusto and finished with a karate kick to make any Elvis impersonator proud. Later, when I went to my karate class, I noticed aContinue reading “Word to the wise, never go full on Elvis before stretching first!”

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