The Gift Of A Book

  "The Gift of a Book" Sitting here as the world goes by As you go by Nobody notices No one sees me Just a book in my hands. But I notice I see you I see the world for what it is and what it could be Because of this book in my hands. … Continue reading The Gift Of A Book

Overwhelmed

Busy with my current WIP V.Chronicles, and the #atozchallenge (my theme is myths and legendary creatures!) I decided to take another break this week and try something new. Btw, did you see the news post that I finished Draft #3? 😀 Me and Natasha Roxby decided to change things up this #BlogBattle week and try our skills … Continue reading Overwhelmed

Cosmic Hunter for #BlogBattle One Year Celebration!

Today is the one year anniversary of the #BlogBattle challenge, hosted by the truly amazing Rachael Ritchey! I don't know how she manages it, between writing, author work, family, and every day life. She's amazing. Be sure and check out her website and novels. For this special occasion, all Blogbattlers are to choose one of … Continue reading Cosmic Hunter for #BlogBattle One Year Celebration!

Madnes Destiny

Busy with my current WIP V.Chronicles, I wasn't able to write up a chapter for this week, sadly. But to keep in the Madnes Solver theme as my friend Candice suggested, I give you this rhyme based on the character Madnes and his story! I hope you enjoy. The new chapter will post next week. … Continue reading Madnes Destiny

Gift

Those of you expecting to see Madnes Solver here for the BlogBattle, please forgive me. I wish I'd been able to write up the next chapter for you, but as you can read from my last post it wasn't possible. I only had time for this little poem. However, next week Madnes' story will return, … Continue reading Gift

Interview with E. Rawls, Co-winner of Cosmic #BlogBattle

I was interviewed by the lovely Rachael Ritchey after my short story Cosmic Hunter tied for the #BlogBattle winner! 🙂

Rachael Ritchey

Hello again, Ms. Rawls! What a pleasure to see you back in the winner’s circle. You look lovely this evening, I must say. Are you doing something new with you hair, perhaps? . . . Oh, you really don’t need to look so shy! You’re just radiant. Thank you for meeting with me for a quick interview. It’s always a pleasure.

I’d like to dive right in to our questions tonight, and first off here is what we are all dying to know:

1) If writers were the only people who liked fruit cake would it be wise to bring some to a party so you could strategically figure out who you wanted to be friends with? Why or Why not?

Hmm, I would bring the cake and any who drew near I would befriend as a fellow writer. But then I’d quick go around the party and make…

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Cosmic Hunter: Tropical Killer Cake

My entry for this week’s #BlogBattle challenge by wonderful Rachael Ritchey, where the challenge is to write a short story based on that week’s chosen word. Visit the link to read more about it! Anyone can participate, and it’s a great way to hone one’s writing skills! This week’s word is: “Cosmic.” Enjoy! ~ The camera focuses before the reporter. “News Update! … Continue reading Cosmic Hunter: Tropical Killer Cake

Charming Anton’s Woe

My entry for this week’s #BlogBattle challenge by wonderful Rachael Ritchey, where the challenge is to write a short story based on that week’s chosen word. Visit the link to read more about it! Anyone can participate, and it’s a great way to hone one’s writing skills! This week’s word is: “Blonde.” ~ Charming Anton strolled Elite Snooty Boarding School’s campus … Continue reading Charming Anton’s Woe

Silver Shimmers Goodbye

My entry for this week’s #BlogBattle challenge by Rachael Ritchey, where the challenge is to write a short story based on that week’s chosen word. Visit the link to read more about it! Anyone can participate, and it’s a great way to hone one’s writing skills! This week’s word is: “Silver.” This is part 4 of the short story/flash fiction series: Clover. If … Continue reading Silver Shimmers Goodbye

Bludgeon to Survive

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My entry for this week’s #BlogBattle challenge by Rachael Ritchey, where the challenge is to write a short story based on that week’s chosen word. Visit the link to read more about it; anyone can participate, and it's a great way to hone one's writing skills! This week’s word is the verb form of: “Bludgeon.” This story takes place soon after … Continue reading Bludgeon to Survive