It's a tale as old as time—a mystical fable with a princess, a frog and a not-so-fairy-godmother. A parable that explores Mark Twain's frog eating advice and procrastination.
When the rain finally came, the smoky skies dissipated and I could breathe again. The flash flood brought with it clean air and a return to this new-normal life. For the past week, I’ve been so grateful to resume my daily walks and get back to this already messed up routine of mine. Other things… Continue reading Books and Projects Updates
This is part 2 of my short story, Efron Block 9. Click here to read part 1. Part 2 Balastor slammed a tiny metal cup on the gritty counter. “One more,” he grunted at the bartender. The robot’s wheels and gears whizzed and whirled as it rolled over to the tap. “Don’t—you—think—you’ve—had—enough—sir?” It put its… Continue reading Efron Block 9: Part 2
Part 1 Lyria pounded her head against the cold white brick of her prison cell wall. “Stupid. Stupid. Stupid,” she whispered. Five days had passed since Lyria landed her ship on Efron, a junker planet where ships and droids go to die. It’s also a good place to scavenge parts for rubbish space crafts. The… Continue reading Efron Block 9: Part 1