About this blog

First of all, as you can tell I have changed this Blog site. I have now organized it as such:

This website will be a compilation of various bits and pieces I find interesting on the internet and beyond. As for my writing, I will be moving all my stories, both short and long, to a new website, same name but a much different service altogether. Hopefully this will make it easier for you to follow my writings and such.

Posted Stories & Such

Just click on the link above, or to the right, and you will be redirected to this new site.

Thanks...

Big time Slip and Slide...

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Now this takes real.... guts, yeah, that's the word I'm looking for. Guts!!!

Stacies Story

A new Novella by SJ Muse

What makes a life… is it how you live, what you do in the middle, or how you leave it behind.
Stacie, sixteen going on forever never got a chance to find out. Her life, much like her childhood, taken by a monster named Crowley.
Oh how her parents wept that day-
This is where I come in- though sixty years too late.
I loved Stacie from the start, from the moment I first laid eyes on her; I just never got a chance to prove it. Much like Stacie, Crowley would get there first.
If I had to do it all over again I would have never let her go. I would have saved the girl and lived happily ever after.
But real life doesn't happen in a fairy tale, real life happens on the road, in the here and now, and most times you don't get a second chance... most times.

On being poor...

John Scalzi is a fantastic writer and all around good guy with a lot to say and the common sense to say it. I have been a fan of Mr. Scalzi's for quite some time, the man has a way with words... if you don't believe me then check this out On Being Poor, a column he wrote a couple of years ago that speaks more truth then you'll want to hear. I definitely can relate.

The Red Tree....


Some time ago I ran across a little book I like to call 'just this side of terrifying', to read. You can find it here,
Mark Danielewski's House of Leaves. As before, a frightening little adventure down some of the darkest paths literature has to offer. (As a bonus 'House' is presented in a very unique format, one worth checking out) Caitlin Kiernan The Red Tree offers much the same kind of story, disturbingly dark but worth the venture... From the many reviews already out, I'd have to say this book is a definite must read for any fan of horror. Check it, I know I'm going to.

For all you LOR fans out there...



Ever wonder if you could do a better job scripting a movie then those often overpaid script writers out there??? Well, someone has done just that, and not only a small section of this most famous animated movie, but the entire thing... I must say, it has its moments, and its well worth watching all the way till the end as well. Good luck... and happy watching... Don't say I didn't warn ya!

Memories and more...

Remember when... this site is a fantastic resource if you're into old RPG's, free stories, magazines, comics... almost anything out there that has been posted to the web as a free read or otherwise. Another thing noteworthy, scroll down the left side to all the other Blogspots and websites. There's almost too much information... not!

http://freesciencefantasy.blogspot.com/