From Deleted to Updated

Last night I spent an hour at least searching through my site. I was determined. Determined to find the stories and poems I failed to categorize and title properly. Why? So they could be removed.More and more and more as I ponder just what is going on with my writing life, the more I am … Continue reading From Deleted to Updated

No More Help

Music hasn’t been helping. I am finding it strange, but music hasn’t been helping me write anymore. The only way it does is if it is just barely audible as I am listening to it. Even then, it’s a hit or miss. At some point, I was able to listen to music of all kinds … Continue reading No More Help

Keep The Good Start

It’s been a few weeks now. Most of the days have started normal in that nothing out of the ordinary takes place. Occasionally, there’s a number of things that come into play that could potentially disrupt what routines I have built: writing in my journal and reading (while drinking my coffee). Fortunately, I’ve been able … Continue reading Keep The Good Start

A Brief Struggle

I’ve been struggling with this story that I am writing. Thus, for the last two days I’ve missed my targets. Doubt is creeping in as a result. It’s happened plenty times before and I am certain that it will happen again. This is only temporary. But to dismiss it as such will also be a … Continue reading A Brief Struggle

Heft – a short story

"Heft"a flash-fiction short story by Jeremy C KesterPart of Free Fiction Fridays She rested the paper between her fingertips. It felt as though it had weight to it, as though the ink used to created the letters and subsequent words gave it significant heft. Power could be found in words that gave them this weight, … Continue reading Heft – a short story