Cannibalism, Starvation, and the History of the Wendigo

This week on Cryptids Decrypted, we're covering the dark history of the wendigo myth. Originally used as a cautionary tale by the native populations in Northern Canada, wendigos were described as pale, emaciated creatures, hungry for human flesh. It was said that humans were possessed by evil spirits in moments of physical weakness and greed. … Continue reading Cannibalism, Starvation, and the History of the Wendigo

I’m Struggling

Originally posted on Word Play, an excellent podcast hosted by Kristine Raymond who interviewed me last month. Over the past few weeks, I’ve sat down several times to write this blog post, word jumble, rant, whatever you call it, and each time I’ve struggled. We’re all stuck at home, writing should be easier, right? Actually, … Continue reading I’m Struggling

Current/Upcoming Projects – Spring 2020

Hey all, around this time last year I did a post talking about upcoming projects and then never really put out an update. Well, consider this that update! Below are the projects I'm currently working on and a few that are coming out very soon. A Man of the Mountain This story has been in … Continue reading Current/Upcoming Projects – Spring 2020

Mokole-Mbembe – A History of the Mystery

Mokole Mbembe – The One Who Stops the Flow of Rivers "The Congo River at sunset, Democratic Republic of the Congo" by water.alternatives is licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0 This week on Cryptids Decrypted, John and I are talking about a fascinating myth from the Congo River Basin, Mokole Mbembe (pronounced M’Kay-lay Bem-bay, we think). … Continue reading Mokole-Mbembe – A History of the Mystery

We got interviewed on Word Play!

Earlier this month, a few of the many writers behind Aberrant Literature were interviewed on Word Play with Kristine Raymond. She’s a fantastic interviewer, and I’m really pleased with how our episodes came out. If you’re curious what goes into making a book, how indie publishing gets done, or just need more info on the … Continue reading We got interviewed on Word Play!

What is A Man of the Mountain?

Hello everyone, if you've been following me on social media recently, you've probably seen me talking about my latest writing project, A Man of the Mountain. So, I figured I'd take a second and answer some questions about what it is exactly. What is it? A Man of the Mountain is a prequel novella (think … Continue reading What is A Man of the Mountain?

Star Wars – The Re-Review – Attack of the Clones

Hello and welcome back to my re-review series for the wonderful Star Wars Skywalker Saga, and a few spin-off movies along the way. So far, I’ve reviewed Rogue One (3.5/5), A New Hope (4.5/5) , The Empire Strikes Back(5/5) and The Phantom Menace(2/5) which unfortunately means it’s time for… Attack of the God Damned Clones. I’ll be … Continue reading Star Wars – The Re-Review – Attack of the Clones

Star Wars – The Re-Review – The Phantom menace

Well, with The Mandalorian coming out tomorrow, it's time I get back to my reviews, and here we are, the prequel trilogy. You will never find a more wretched hive of bad dialogue and poor plot decisions… Or at least that’s what some people say. The prequel trilogy has provided the internet with fantastic meme … Continue reading Star Wars – The Re-Review – The Phantom menace

Roswell – A History of the Mystery

This is the fifth episode of Cryptids Decrypted, the podcast where we talk about all things on the fringe of reality, we're covering the history of the Roswell Incident. For those who are unfamiliar, Roswell is one of the most high profile UFO sightings in history and has spawned a myriad of theories about alien … Continue reading Roswell – A History of the Mystery

The Patreon Is Dead – Long Live the Patreon

Hey Everyone, a few months ago I started a Patreon and today I took it down! All content that was posted there will now be posted here free of charge. Below is a copy of the statement I sent out: Hello fine and lovely patrons, and a few bots someone created to win last month's … Continue reading The Patreon Is Dead – Long Live the Patreon

From a Certain Point of View – A Review in Brief

From a Certain Point of View by Elizabeth Schaefer My rating: 3 of 5 stars Star Wars fiction has always been a mixed bag, and the same is true of this collection. The concept behind From a Certain Point of View is wonderful: iconic moments from A New Hope, told from the eyes of ancillary … Continue reading From a Certain Point of View – A Review in Brief