Yep, almost finished plotting out book 3, thank the maker. I had the beginning, middle and ending sorted a long time ago (as I did indeed for the entire trilogy), but have been bogged down in the details, joining these massive dots... and they're almost all joined... I think... Until I remember the next thing... Continue Reading →
Connected: joined or linked together.
Connected: joined or linked together. “You are not connected.” A simple statement, four words, but with profound meaning. Unless it referred to your wi-fi settings. Which it did. Still, you had to laugh. © JR Bryden, 2018. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from JR Bryden... Continue Reading →
Word: a single distinct meaningful element of speech or writing.
Word: a single distinct meaningful element of speech or writing. “Words are powerful, names more so, because when we name something we fix it in time and space, attribute it form, root it in reality. And reality is not necessarily the best place to be, you know? It’s like quantum theory, where merely observing something... Continue Reading →
Cat: a small domesticated carnivorous mammal; a wild animal of the cat family.
The cat, a tiny thing, ran up his arm, claws digging gently into his flesh, to alight upon his shoulder and lean in. “So where the fuck have you been?,” she purred. The man grinned, too many teeth to count, unable to suppress the satisfaction he felt from the soft lick of breath in his... Continue Reading →
Do epic shit.
Thought I'd update whoever was interested (and I'm sure - well, I think - that at least two of you are...) on the progress of book three in the Metonym trilogy, The Swarm. Oh, right? That's a shitty title? Yeah? Well, yeah. Probably. But it is what it is and I'm not changing it, because... Continue Reading →
So today, instead of working on book three, I've been digging through my dad's old stuff, especially his vinyl collection. Like a fool I sold most of mine a few years back, but still uncovered a few gems of his, including Bowie, Isaac Hayes, Neil Young, Carole King, Fleetwood Mac, Pink Floyd, Elton John, the... Continue Reading →