Suggested Audio Accompaniment: Dr. Worm by They Might Be Giants
Good evening all. I’m at home writing on a Friday night not because I am a lonely sad individual, but because I am a lonely sad individual who will be balls-to-the-walls busy for the next five days. Hopefully, in-between the clusterfux of things that I has gots myself into, I will be able to meet with my editor who will, heretofore, be known as, “He who’s beverage must be beer.” Although I have sent my newest brilliant manuscript, Drugs and Pancakes, he holds true to the adage “One must be sufficiently intoxicated and with sufficiently intoxicated company in order for progress to be achieved sufficiently.” I’m pretty sure that was Jesus.
So, on the agenda.
The recent episode of On the Mark was put on hold because of another video that needed to be completed for the safety of mankind. But, fear not, both will make their debuts in November. And I promise, they will be tasty. New Songs:
You may have already noticed that I posted the new epic masterpiece, Dark Creation. There are others on the way that will rival Dark in its epicness as well as its masterpieceness.
More excerpts from Drugs and Pancakes are coming. Try not to wet yourself.
More excerpts of the Becoming audiobook will be posted next week. That way, you can fall asleep listening to my melodious voice.
“Hello?” It was a deep gravely voice. “Dad?” David recognized the voice. “Hey boy. How are you doing?” It was his father. David was accustomed to talking to his parents when he was high, but, at the moment, he was … Continue reading →
The stars swelled and bloated as if they were going to burst and take with them the entirety of the universe that surrounded them, a moment of luminous destruction to eat every rock and atom and bring it all … Continue reading →
…shadow on shallow… She felt the push and pull of the currents against her. Weightless, her body shifted with the pull from the undertow. Serene, she flowed with its movement, twisting and turning. The currents caressed her young flesh, its … Continue reading →
She was lost. The taste of blood, like rust, she felt the weight of it on her tongue. She had no memory, nothing at all. Her eyes of gold were blinded by the deviant glare of fluttering lights through the … Continue reading →
Keep your teddy bears close! But not too close. He opened his eyes. His tendons were pulled tight between aching bone and withered muscle. He found the glaring mirror of death mirrored in his own green eyes. Fear pushed against … Continue reading →
She moved ahead and kept the watch for her brother and his burden. They moved toward the setting sun, keeping away from the cities and their broken towers. The burdening man still slept. Even when his body began to heal, … Continue reading →
“You forgot them. All of you forgot them. They’re barren because of you. No children. No youth to invigorate their lives and bring hope to them. They’re just an old dying thing because of you. All of you. You neglected … Continue reading →
For fourteen days, the father, the child, and the companion all moved without rest. Food and water had all been spent, and although Marc and Reuel weren’t hungry, they knew to keep the child fed. Reuel collected berries, vegetables, nuts … Continue reading →