Oubliette: Hold My Beer

Note: This story is a part of a larger series of short stories and flash fiction. You can find these stories on the Oubliette home page. (October 22, 2016) A gray older model truck slowly navigated down a forgotten gravel road somewhere in southern West Virginia. The vehicle groaned and creaked as its dented and... Continue Reading →

The way I see it. Having a PowerPoint presentation blow up on you is a rite of passage.

I opened my feed reader today after missing a couple days of blog reading and I had over 350 posts. Holy cow... I knew there was a point where it becomes overwhelming but I did not think it would happen to me. I'm going to have to figure out how to manage my feeds better.... Continue Reading →

In case you’ve been so busy shielding your mountain compound against high altitude nuclear EMPs for the last couple of years that you’ve missed it, let me reiterate–the rules for writing and publishing have been burned and rewritten so many times, they no longer exist. Source: How to Write Episodic Fiction: The EndGame by David Mark Brown

If you haven’t caught on by now, Ryan Reynolds is one to follow on social media. The actor adopted a nothing-is-off-limits persona to hype his movie Deadpool, but then he just kept going with it. Now we have a whole new age of Reynolds channeling his foulmouthed comic book antihero as he films Deadpool 2 with Cable actor... Continue Reading →

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