Liebster Nomination #2 & #3

Good evening everyone! Feeling honored because I’ve been nominated for a 2nd Liebster Award by Rory @  A Guy called Bloke and K9 Doodlepip! and a 3rd award from Dr. Tanya @ Salted Caramel It feels wonderful to enjoy recent accomplishments with my blog. Sometimes, it takes other creative individuals to bring out the best in you….

Musings

Originally posted on Dirty Sci-Fi Buddha:
Theres a kid inside my mind.  He wants me to make sense of all the horror and wonder contained in the world, and lace it into a compelling narrative—a narrative that lifts his heart, opens his thoughts, and inspires him to write a story of his own. I think…

Farmer’s Market

Originally posted on Proscenium:
Day 269 – September 26, 2018 Regal – 24 Weekly Photo / Wordless Wednesday / Which Way Challenge – SOB Sep 20 / Day 26 – #SeptemberSquares / Enthralling – WODC / Surmount – FOWC / Inspire – RDP / Pickle – citysonnet DWP This post is just a little anticlimactic…

Flash Fiction: Nice Neighborhood

Originally posted on The Dark Netizen:
Find the first part here – Twittering Tale: Statues It is a nice neighborhood. The houses have a backdrop of a serene river. The perfectly paved, wide roads are adorned by lush green trees on their sides. The area is so peaceful that one can hear the sweet chirping…

Twittering Tale: Statues

Originally posted on The Dark Netizen:
Cadet Billy looked at his pocketbook. “Sir, this makes 5.” Agent Keynes stared grimly at the headless statue. “Inevitable. She escaped from prison last week. Chaos had to follow.” He called HQ. “Code red. Medusa is on the loose. We need Special Agent Perseus to come in.” (Read more…

Acclimatization

Acclimatization. So relevant to title of my blog: “Culture Shocks”! Moving to a new city was exciting and scary at the same time. Between the transition from one city to another, I always wonder if I made the right choice. Why change something if it’s already good, right? I was comfortable, sure, but did I…

Post College Graduation

Despite my usual sense of order, my thoughts are scattered. The excitement of attending my graduation commencement ceremony is gradually dimming down as a new chapter awaits me. The university administrators give me a smile as I take my graduation photos at the school two months afterwards. My summer flew by like a blur, and…