Opal didn’t say anything about Sam’s information from the Simulation. We ate lunch in silence for a while, as I tried to ignore the gnawing anxiety, chewing on the back of my neck. How could we just eat rice and soup like I didn’t just tell her our ship is trying to kill us. I … Continue reading The Ship: Part 4
This is a revised version of a short story I began in 2019. You may read the original version of the story here, if you so desire to see how the story is beginning to evolve.Part 1 can be read here. A persistent beeping broke the silence between Ansel and me. I was trying to remember … Continue reading The Ship: Part 3
Jade decides to visit her estranged union mate, Sam inside the Simulation. What will she discover when she meets up with him?
An update on a short story I began over a year ago. Reintroducing Jade the space captain and she leads humanity.
The past few days have been busy with family time over the holiday. Regretably, I haven't been able to write, however today, I have delivered the 4th installment of The Ship. If you're new to the story, you can catch up by with Parts I, II, and III. ******** We had been meandering for a … Continue reading [archived] the ship iv
The moment I fell in love with Edgar Allen Poe was the same moment I fell in love with Ray Bradbury. It was my senior year in high school and I was taking every literature class my school offered. This was American Literature taught by a shorter, nerdy looking man, with coke bottle glasses and … Continue reading teachers, poe and bradbury
This is an older version of The Ship, I have since revised the story. You may read the updated version of The Ship: Part 2 here. Part Two of my short story. If you haven't already, I highly encourage you to read Part I before reading this as it won't really make much sense. ******** I … Continue reading [archived] the ship ii