A Proposition Concerning Doors — Chapter 2

It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single gentleman who finds not pleasure in a good book must be intolerably stupid. … More A Proposition Concerning Doors — Chapter 2

Publishing Peace Ministries From The Inside

Publishing Peace Ministries, just launched their new website, and I’m stuck in the middle of the chaos. It turns out, working with a very ambitious organization is not no easy business. I spent nearly 15 hours straight trying to help with advertising and further blog plans. Fortunately it’s settled down for now, but this matter has by no means come to a close. You’ll be seeing me on the website every Friday before too long, so keep an eye out. You can find us at publishingpeace.org. … More Publishing Peace Ministries From The Inside

Pipes — A Short Story

Lots of people were doing lots of different things on the night of July 29th, 2019. Some people were enjoying time with their families. Some people were waiting in line at the movie theater. Some people, likely, were sleeping. Someone was probably having a birthday. Hopefully they were having a happy one. Me? I was driving a stolen, empty U-Haul truck five miles over the speed limit. … More Pipes — A Short Story

A Proposition Concerning Doors — Chapter 1

Advancement is a key characteristic of the modern world. Everything must be newer, better, and faster. All secrets must be uncovered so we can understand the world better and live in the utmost comfort and bliss. Always forward, ever onward, until every edge of the universe has been lit, and every mystery is understood. However, in their constant march toward the future very few people think to look back. True, the future holds innumerable secrets, but the past holds far more. It holds untold tales, unfound truths, and unattainable wisdom and knowledge. I have devoted my life to studying the past and uncovering it. If the whole world did likewise then advancement would be far more drastic; unfortunately, this is not the case. … More A Proposition Concerning Doors — Chapter 1

Matters Of Snicket — The End

The secrets are uncovered and the mysterious and intriguing tale comes to a close as we reach the final book in Lemony Snicket’s All the Wrong Questions; namely, “Why Is This Night Different From All Other Nights?” As I forewarned you multiple times through this journey, Snicket’s tale does not have a truly happy ending. Although it may very well answer most of the primary questions and although it may bring an end to the villain’s villainy, it is not a very satisfactory close. This is the case in most of Lemony Snicket’s novels, and it’s not because of poor writing or anything. I still think that it is an excellent series of books, worth reading, even with the ending. So, with that out of the way, let us begin. … More Matters Of Snicket — The End

Courtroom Catastrophe — A Hrothgarian Tale

People come trickling slowly into the courtroom. Today is a very big case indeed, and the Hrothgarians intend to crack it. Everyone takes their places. Jericho McLaine prepares her stenotype, making sure it’s as loud as stenotype-ly possible. Karl Bickerstaff stands up and hammers his gavel, thus silencing everyone as we begin … More Courtroom Catastrophe — A Hrothgarian Tale