Posts Tagged ‘storymatic’

A chill wind  went through the entire forest, blowing some of the late summer leaves off the trees. Darrin lay behind one of the larger rocks on the ridge, providing him with just the right amount of hiding space and protection. It allowed him to avoid the view of the enemy and still keep watch […]


Okay, so it took me longer than I wanted to before I got back here, but here we are again. Last time I mentioned that I had started reading “The Prague Cemetery” by Umberto Eco, and I am still trying to wade my way through the beginning of it. There is just something about the […]


Okay, Now I am going to get back into the swing of things like I want to do. The holidays are over, all the promises have been made and started and I finished up a work project that for some reason was bogging me down, so now I can have more time to blog. I […]


Jason never understood why his grandmother didn’t like him that much. He was successful, easily the most successful in his family, and much more than his younger brother Tim. What had Tim ever done besides have a constant need for money? Yet their grandmother was always complaining about how Jason could do things differently or […]



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