I would like to inform you that the MAJORITY of women whose pictures I used for inspiration, I asked permission for prior to, and they agreed to provide a picture or two for me. The ones I simply took were discarded immediately after I used them, so they were never used for harmful purposes. I […]Read more "As for my character development methods…"
In just a week, they will be hearing from me. They honestly didn’t think that I wouldn’t find out that they were posting about my writing? I have a tracking cookie on my blog that alerts me when anyone mentions it. People are funny, you know that? They think that what they’re saying online is […]Read more "I Created a Profile on MakeupAlley…just to respond to a thread I saw posted about my blogs."
Anyone else going to see Christopher Nolan’s new sci-fi film, “Interstellar?” This is just another movie in the famed director of the “Dark Knight Trilogy” and it looks awesome. I hope I like this movie.Read more "Fall Films"
In the annual Japanese high school baseball tournament, which is as big there as the World Series is in America, the semifinal game between two of the top ranked teams gave a new meaning to the word “marathon.” Over a period of 4 days, the two teams played 50 innings with no score, until the […]Read more "Travels in the South Pacific, Volume XV: A Japanese High School Baseball Game Goes 50 Innings…With Just Two Pitchers!"
Psychomachia Appendix 1 Characters: Baroness Lorelei Eisner Part 1: Her 10 stories Cold, calculating, cool and merciless, are generally words one would use to describe the woman Baroness Lorelei Eisner, 32 years old with long brown hair and blue eyes. She, the owner of Geldern Abbey, a conservatory for the most talented art students in […]Read more "Rough Draft: “Psychomachia” (Partial)"
More Wizards Ascendancy-An organization of peace-keeping wizards that protect the human world from Haze Realm, or the Paranormal World, threats. Name- Kuro Lightsheen Level-100/100 Race-Human Alignment-Dark (Tempelritter) Nationality- Japanese Height-5’ 11” Weight-150 lbs Eye color- Brown Hair color- Black Favorite spells-Misery Fog, Death Traits- Genius intelligence, maniacal laughter Name- Baa-Shuu-Voss Level-100/100 Race-Korvax Alignment-Light (Ascendancy) Nationality-Koomaraian […]Read more "Rough Draft: “More Wizards” (Partial)"
Crepuscular Realm-Lovepocalypse In the depths of the Smithsonian Museum in Washington D.C., a historian, studying the ancient Mediterranean Empire of the Minoans, was analyzing the most astonishing discovery in the history of the planet: the discovery of Atlantis: in reality the Minoan Empire’s global trade routes. Minoans had everything that the modern society of the […]Read more "Rough Draft: “Crepuscular” (Partial)"
In my upcoming series “After the Flood,” the Hyperboreans engage in massive planetary development projects on the planets that the Hyperborean Colonial Empire settles, and this includes massive terraforming projects on worlds that are not, at the time they are discovered, habitable. This was accomplished with Venus and Mars, transforming them into “second Earths,” one […]Read more "Elements of “After the Flood” The Hyperboreans’ Genetic Manipulation and the Creation of Organisms Through Science"
She stands more than 13 feet tall because of her augmentations, and clad in an elaborate Jungsturm-Nordsterne outfit, called the “Wintermaid War Gown.” It is adorned with hundreds of pagan runes and symbols from Nordic, Slavic and Germanic mythology, along with greens, browns and blues reflecting a deep connection with nature. Her cloak and hood […]Read more "Characters from “After the Flood” Gwenlynn Stormweaver: Norse Pagan Practitioner and Hyperborean Knight"
The reason for the endless blizzards that swept across North America in the winter months of 2013-2014 was triggered by an unusually high level of thunderstorm activity over the Philippines and the south of Japan. These storms, after drenching the Pacific Islands, got caught in the prevailing westerlies and eventually the jet stream itself, being […]Read more "Travels in the South Pacific Volume XIV: The Harsh Winter of 2013-2014 Explained"