Planet Earth is a very tiny spot on the Universe Map, but she is more important than any other because she cradles all the known life. One day we may colonize other planets. We may discover life elsewhere already sprouted. But for now, we are all we have. We can take care of our own.Read More
Humans do that. They don’t do it gently or peacefully. History is written by the victors. But I don’t think there is one victor who is not influenced by the people he is trying to subjugate. After a few generations a new culture is born. The Third Culture Kid is the ultimate victor!Read More
This is the first book in the series where two cultures clash at the end of a chain of generated atmospheres. Everyone thinks what they are doing is best. Curtstas recognises the benefit of what the other people are doing. Leoshine struggles to make the other people aware of the good in her people.
We all have treasure to give and receive from each other!
I won a writing contest! The publication Fantasy Shorts on Medium held a challenge in September. Write a compelling character. Braithwight the Wind Sprite turned out to be the winner!Read More
Spurred and inspired by Colleen McCubbin and Travis Williams, I embarked on the “Snowflake Method” of organising my thoughts on the six books of the Leoshine Series. Snow is a bit of an abomination to me so I prefer to call it the Fractal Method. As a start, I created a spreadsheet to summarize all the books and track their statistics.Read More
To keep you entertained, and to give you an insight into my writing style, I am now publishing short fiction on Medium.com.Read More
To increase my audience on Medium, I investigated various other publications that give readers high quality fiction. At Microcosm, they have writing prompts. In September, they encourage their writers to choose a genre they have never tried and write a short piece. I chose the Western and the Garleys were born. Now I can’t get them out of my head!Read More
What is woman? He had heard that the male soul would be intrigued, fascinated, enthralled, tantalised, and … frustrated. He laughed again. The dancing sprite of woman eluded man in a primeval way. His instinct was to tame but she would remain wild and free. The instant he succeeded, he lost the most precious interaction in Ao Kevad’s palette.Read More
We are holding a zoom party specially for all South Africans! Do you live there? Are you an Expat? Do you love all things South African and would like to hang out for an hour?Read More
Travis Williams, who is writing splendid, warm, convivial Southern Fiction from central Georgia, received a card and made this video reveal. He created the Tassanara Font for our Internet Treasure Hunt and is featured on our Youtube channel. To say that I thanked him in the card is the understatement of the year!Read More