I, like many of you have stumbled upon this here blog entry, have experienced the dark entity that is depression. I tried writing this early last week, but couldn’t. I didn’t have the mental energy as I fought off this pesky demon. So, I complied a small list to help you get through this. It … Continue reading Surviving A Demonic Attack. (AKA, A Depressive Episode)
When trapped within the confines of my own head as I scribble out a story like a madman with a journal, I tend to forget that I can lift my head and breathe if only for a moment. I’m going to safely assume, that if you also write (or draw, or paint, or read, or … Continue reading Taking Care of Your Mental Health While Writing Tricky Material (Starring: Kira The Puppers)
With Experiment X 3 sitting patiently for the next step in the seemingly never-ending process of book-writing, my hands refuse to remain idle. My brain poured with a fountain of new projects to begin. New stories formed in my consciousness like tidal waves. To be honest though, they began forming as the end of Experiment … Continue reading No to Broken Melody, Yes to Immortal
I finally finished the rough draft of Experiment X: 3. No, I will not reveal the subtitle. Mostly because I'm still juggling against three. So, I don't even know the subtitle yet. Subtitles are not why I'm currently writing this here though! I want to 'explain' myself on why it took me so long to … Continue reading Experiment X: The Book That Took Forever to Write, An Explanation.
Jack is waiting patiently at a small table in the soon to be crowded pub. His body looks as though it has been carved from stone, but his build is smaller than Ryan’s. He wears dark colored jeans and a gray shirt that makes his brilliantly blue eyes pop like stars. There’s a plate of … Continue reading Interview With The Ring Leader-Jack Cortex. Experiment X.
When people set goals, they think about what they want to be, or where they want to be in a year, two years, perhaps five. They see into a distant future and dig their heels into that goal. Some days I have to set goals to get through hours, minutes, or seconds in order to … Continue reading Depression: Goals
The room is dark and the interviewer is equipped with fire proof clothing and a bulletproof vest. All which seems unnecessary as the Subject being interviewed seems to be heavily drugged and clothed in thin gray scrubs, those of which could hold no weapon. He is led into the room at gun point and his … Continue reading Ryan Kline
The crowd of drunken men and women parted away from the unfolding scene. A large circle began to form, and all eyes were on the raging madman in the pub. Dante was doing his best to ignore Jack as he yelled in deep growls. Jack demanded that Dante prove himself on his intoxicated promises from … Continue reading (Dante and Jack, Fight) Experiment X: Sacrifice
(The interview takes place just after Jack, Shawn, and Mark's escape from the Lab.) The Subject being interviewed struggles against the drugs that sedate him. He is known for his strength and power. The interviewer was warned beforehand, but does his best not to show any sort of fear towards this trained super soldier. … Continue reading Character Interview: Matthew Machmon
The interviewer sits alone in a small room, set up with a few chairs and a single window. He sits on a blue cushion as he waits for his guest. A light breeze flows through the cracks of the floorboards and man with mousy blonde hair and bright eyes enters the room. His smile is … Continue reading Character Interview: Tyler