But Seriously, Let’s talk about Anime

Anime is a genre that many people are scared of. It is looked down upon in many circles, and for good reason. Anime has more perversion and ‘mature’ content that you would think possible, so it is dangerous to find one worth watching.

However, I care about story. I care about action scenes. I care about characters and their development.

And it just so happens that, so does a lot of anime. Continue reading →


The Book is Here

For an entire semester, the Publishing class at Geneva College has worked tirelessly to be able to make this dream a reality.

Here is our book. Here are our stories. Read them, and experience the imagination and challenging issues we think are important to consider.

Find “The Oddities of Room 34” here: https://www.createspace.com/7079125

If you are not sure about the purchase, then here is a sample of my own story, “Warfare of Toys”:

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In 4 Days

The Oddities of Room 34, a collection of short stories all from different authors, comes out in four days.

April 10th. That is the day when you will have the opportunity to see all of our work and labor over the past semester.

Four days.

So in honor of that, I’m going to tell you four things that I have learned through writing my story, “Warfare of Toys”. Continue reading →

The Always Quest: Chapter 4

This is goodbye to The Always Quest, the story that was never to be. It is unchanged with very little editing, but please enjoy!

The Always Quest Final Chapters

Chapter 4: An Umbrella for a Rainy Day

The girl took a deep breath. All for giggles, of course, as she wasn’t required to breathe. She brushed off her red, pink laced dress and stood inside the snug tent. Her iron legs were shaky, but she seemed to be recovering from… whatever she was to recover from. She tapped her metal head and frowned. Continue reading →

Never to Be

This is a sad blog, for me personally, but I wanted to discuss some failed project that I have tried in the past.

As some context, back in 2015 I started an experiment. I wanted an excuse to write about some cool characters, so I set up a Facebook page to share a story. I would write the chapter and put it on the wall, letting the audience read it whenever they pleased.

It was called The Death Book Chronicles. Its tagline was “Death Book: A story that relies on you, the reader, to progress”. This was my first and greatest mistake. Continue reading →