A Short Story: Nishikigoi

Taking a focus on using a more absurdist style of plot and experimenting with third-person omniscient narratives. Lamar wasn’t stuck. Not entirely. He wouldn’t allow himself to think that he was anyways. Just ‘taking a rest’ he’d mumble to himself with stark annoyance that the night had come, and he could no longer continue with his journey. Atleast his boat, his prized (and only) possession had come out from … Continue reading A Short Story: Nishikigoi

A Few Short Stories: Furniture Project

I’ve been emailing back and forth with someone for a while now who has requested that I ghost-write a few stories that meet a specific criteria and somehow mention a particular piece of furniture in them throughout. The reasoning behind this being that my new source of income happens to own a furniture shop and have a passion for words so figured that they could use the stories as a unique selling point.  Continue reading “A Few Short Stories: Furniture Project”