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Keep your teddy bears close! But not too close.

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For those of you who don’t know, I moonlight as a guitar god. Well, maybe not a god. But maybe an Daemon at least. Check out the video review I did for TheToneKing.com


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She moved ahead and kept the watch for her brother and his burden.

They moved toward the setting sun, keeping away from the cities and their broken towers. The burdening man still slept. Even when his body began to heal, shedding his blackened flesh and growing new, he still slept. They kept him as their own, forcing him ground food and water to keep him fed. Ewald wasn’t convinced. He still thought his sister’s decision to save the man was foolish. Other than his weapons, which worked well for hunting if nothing else, the man served no other purpose. He was a burden.

“Why won’t he wake up?” He held the knife in his hand, rolling the tip against his finger. She didn’t answer. She kept her gaze to the west. They had come far without any trial and she seemed to become more and more cautious with the shortening days. “Maybe he won’t wake up.” He broke his skin. She didn’t answer. “You won’t change your mind?” He put his finger to his lips. Still, she didn’t answer. Her words were less and less with her brother as they moved. He kept to his questions, but her answers were brief if they came at all. “Well, we have enough food for now so…” He pulled the cart he had made as it creaked under the burden of the man and their supplies. He had already replaced the wheel of the cart twice because the wood was always too soft. He hoped to get some more distance out of this one before he had to replace it again.

She moved, and he followed. She looked to the man who swayed limply with the movement of the cart. His face was buried beneath his long dark mane, portions of his dark face barely peeking through. He moved from dark and shadow, and an impetus forced him through the black veil. The veil bowed aside in his presence and released him from its hold. He was free of it. The veil flew apart in long shreds as his form flew from it. Even now, he still lied in greatness. Torn from his roots and from his glory, she knew him still to be unequaled.

He was legend

He was man

He was…

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How come it’s taken me 5 years, one novel, numerous short stories, poems, and articles, and over a thousand pages to figure out the shortcut for spell check!!!!

For mac users: opt + command + L

Much love my peeps,


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“You forgot them. All of you forgot them. They’re barren because of you. No children. No youth to invigorate their lives and bring hope to them. They’re just an old dying thing because of you. All of you. You neglected your children and now they hate you for it, abandoned by their gods. Left to rot and die. Well, they’ll make you remember them. They’re coming to your gates; they’re going to knock them down, break down your walls and leave them to crumble. They will bring you death and bring life to themselves once again.”

“What do I have to do? Do I have to believe in them? That’s easy. I’m surrounded by them!”

“Belief is a measure of children and fools. They don’t care if you believe in them. They know they’re real and their lives do not tether themselves to trivial beliefs. What creatures would need the faith of their gods to live? I can’t think of any. Remembrance, on the other hand, that is something that every creature asks of its god. If you would’ve just remembered them…” Arjuna lowered his head. “If you would have remembered me…”

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For some reason, Amazon has the kindle version of my book for $1.91. This is a generosity that I would personally never extend, so you should take advantage of it while you still can.

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