So, I'm published now. Bleeding Ink Anthology - A Collection of Dark Tales went up on SmashWords as an e-book on the 3rd. It contains a short piece of mine called Retention about a bullied boy's paranormal experience at the local retention pond.
I've always loved to write but I've also always had a small voice in the back of my mind that told me there was no future in it. That I wasn't good enough to keep people interested. Now that I'm published I can't really use that excuse because somebody somewhere was interested enough in what I write to include me in their collection. Now, when I skip writing to get a few more levels in Skyrim I am really going to feel crappy about it.
I guess I owe you all some excerpts. Here, feast your greedy eye-mouths on these.
In less than an hour I had to go eat a ghost.
sign outside my door swung as it caught those breezes, chain creaking
at the motion. R.L. Hawkins, Spiritualist & Accountant. I’d tried
paranormal investigator before but people look at you funny if you don’t
show up with a cart full of gear. They expect the light show and the
evp and all that. It seemed to be more acceptable for a spiritualist to rely solely on the powers of the mind, which cut down seriously on my
is as sure a killer as sadness,” I said. “It makes you soft. You get
content and then sadness hits and you’ve forgotten how to cope with