Inspired by the horror phenomena, The Backrooms, I decided to scour the internet for free stories about liminal spaces and uncanniness. What I found was strange, spooky, and mysterious - exactly what I was craving. If you're craving that too, look no further than this list of creepy tales set in strange places. Please note: … Continue reading 7 Uncanny Stories Featuring Creepy Places & Liminal Spaces That Are Free To Read
Sci-Fi Story Sneak-Peak #2: “No spider ever caught prey without patience.”
Last month was CampNaNoWriMo, or Camp National Novel Writing Month, the April event where writers and authors attempt to reach 50,000 words of a novel or another substantial word count. It's considered the lighter version of November's NaNoWriMo. I've talked about my experiences with NaNoWriMo before. While I think attempting to cram 50k of writing … Continue reading Sci-Fi Story Sneak-Peak #2: “No spider ever caught prey without patience.”
8 FREE Stories Featuring Spaceships & Astronauts For SciFi Addicts!
Space has long inspired us. Whether it’s been the source of creativity or the object of scientific study, I think it’s safe to say that there hasn’t been a person alive who hasn’t looked up at the night sky in wonder. This is no doubt one of the reasons science fiction is such a popular … Continue reading 8 FREE Stories Featuring Spaceships & Astronauts For SciFi Addicts!
Science Fiction Story Sneak-Peak #1: “Tracking him down had been too easy.”
Here is a snippet from a science fiction story I've been writing this month. Every month I've been endevouring to share a little bit of my writing so I keep on track with my writing goals. Last time, I shared a teaser from a dark fantasy novel. I'm very grateful to everyone who left a … Continue reading Science Fiction Story Sneak-Peak #1: “Tracking him down had been too easy.”
10 FREE Stories Short Enough to Read On A Lunch Break
Want to get in a little extra reading on your work lunch break? Working full-time can really eat into your reading time and it can be pretty hard to find a story short enough to squeeze in when you do get a moment to spare. But never fear! Here is a list of stories short enough for you to read in the lunch time rush, while being so captivating that you'll wish they were longer.
“There is something in the woods.” – Excerpt From A Dark Fantasy Novel #2
Just like last month, I'm sharing a small snippet from my monthly writings. Last time I shared the opening page of my dark fantasy novel, quite possibly the most important part of any book, so make sure to check that out if you haven't already.
Top 10 Creepypastas, According To creepypasta.com
Today I'm reviewing the top ranked creepypastas (at the time of me writing this) on creepypasta.com. What Is A Creepypasta? If you're not familiar with the term, a 'creepypasta' might raise an eyebrow or two. A creepypasta is an internet horror story or legend. Think of them as campfire stories for the online world. What … Continue reading Top 10 Creepypastas, According To creepypasta.com
“At hour six, Grace had to remind herself not to panic.” – An Excerpt From My Novel #1
Ever since I posted about my 2023 writing goals, I've wanted to do some kind of accountability series - a monthly update where I share what I'm working on, in the hopes that I'll stick to my writing goals. At first, I wasn't sure how to do this. I didn't want to post full chapters … Continue reading “At hour six, Grace had to remind herself not to panic.” – An Excerpt From My Novel #1
“No Good Chickens” – The Best Moment From ‘Sea of Tranquility’ By Emily St. John Mandel
I've decided to get into those books I got for Christmas and was immediately drawn to Sea of Tranquility by Emily St. John Mandel. I absolutely adored her non-linear pre and post apocalyptic novel Station Eleven so I was excited to get into a new work of hers. Sea of Tranquility is a science fiction … Continue reading “No Good Chickens” – The Best Moment From ‘Sea of Tranquility’ By Emily St. John Mandel
December Book Haul!!!
I don't usually post book hauls because I'm not particulary active in the bookish community (Is that a thing?) and I don't surf Best Sellers for my next read of choice, so I'm not sure if other people would be interested in hearing about my book hauls. My purchase decisions tend to be sporadic. Half … Continue reading December Book Haul!!!