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My Stories: A Tale Of Snow

Writing-writing-31275199-1500-1004If you have read some of my other postings you may have realized that I have a tendency for writing.  Though I have been published, my works were as a freelance journalist, and a news theme more so than a personal one.  Don’t get me wrong, it was still awesome to see my name in print, even if I was just writing in a local paper about local events.  Still, I have always had so many stories rolling around inside my head.  I have started many, but must admit, finished none, lol.  In some respects I feel that if I don’t write them down, even if they are snippets, my head will promptly implode from the overload.


The same could be said for my visual art as well.


I have always been a little hesitant to post my works online.  Let’s face it.  There are people out there that would much rather let you do the work for them.  Then all they need to use piggy back your hard work to make up for their imaginative short comings.  I have, in the past, posted some of my poems and fan-fictions, but haven’t yet posted my originals.  My mind is still debating if I should do so, or if I do, just how much I should publish on the WWW.


In any case, I love to write about fantasy, sci-fi, and period pieces.  Things that have a lot of magic, myth, tech, aliens, and takes place either far behind us, far ahead of us, or somewhere completely different to us.  It only makes sense that this is also the type of stuff I love to read about as well.  So in the spirit of sharing I am giving you a little piece from an original rework of an old tale.


Does that make sense?  lol


Anyhoot, on to the snippet.  Enjoy!


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Random: Another Year

2013 New Year

Well, it’s official, another year has pasted us by yet again.  So not all the world has crossed the midnight threshold, but for those of us who live in beautiful Queensland, Australia, the first new day is more than half over.

I have to admit that I am quite happy with the previous year.  The main blessing has been finding my partner, someone who has done more to bring joy to my life than I thought possible.   (I love you honey bunny boo!)  Aside from that I have made several new friends as well.

Of course there were downs as well.  Thinking I broke my foot comes to mind, lol.  Thankfully it wasn’t, it just got beaten up badly when I dropped a piece of timber on it.  😛  Despite some of the bumps that are inevitable, yet manageable, I have never felt so secure in the path my life is going.

However, don’t count on me making any New Year resolution!  I don’t really believe in them.  If you have goals, go for them, no matter what time of year it is.  😉

What have been some of the highlights to your past year?

Some events and facts of the past year from around the world:

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