Good news! (FREE STUFF!)

Hey, everybody! Sorry about the lack of posting on here recently, but I’ve been working very hard on some projects, and one of them is ready! The other day, I published my first short story on Amazon.

It’s called Just a Thing, and it’s the story of a boy trying to cope with his mother’s death. He makes some pretty questionable decisions, and he winds up in some pretty big trouble. The story itself is roughly 14 pages long and is available for all E-reading devices for 99 cents. I put a lot of work into this (and I mean a lot) and I’m pretty proud of it. Here’s the link.

BUT WAIT! 

I’ve made the book free for five days. Starting tomorrow, you can download the book, absolutely free of charge. That way, if you hate it, you don’t have to feel like you wasted your hard-earned money. Of course, if you want to be super-cool, you could pay the dollar now and support me 😉  But no, really, just get it for free. The promo ends on the 5th of September, and I’m never making it free again, so get it while ya can.

I’ll love you forever if you’ll leave an honest review. Anyway, click the link and check out the cover and what not, and make sure you check back in tomorrow and pick it up! I would’ve waited to post this, but honestly I’m just so excited right now that I had to tell someone. This is step number one in my career, and I hope at least some of you will start the climb with me.

Don’t forget. 9/1/15-9/5/15. Free stuff. Can’t beat it.

Have a good day; mine’s already been terrific.

Review: A Clockwork Orange

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I’m slowly discovering why the classics are deemed the classics. While all of them are in unique and interesting worlds, they all seem to have a certain flair about them. Many times, the plot (on an extremely dumbed-down basis) is largely the same. Dystopian futures seem all too common, and after reading a few of these, the plots can get predictable. Maybe that’s why they’re the classics; I don’t know. Continue reading