I'll be doing a little something to get me back on TaleHunt on 2/27. Remember to follow me on TaleHunt @tocsinchronicle.
Happy New Year, everyone! 2017 was quite an eventful year for me. I had been writing fiction for four years consistently. I needed to finally get some of my works out there. It started with some of the microfiction projects, and then I got ambitious in posting a new cell phone novel called Hollandus Landing … Continue reading Happy 2018! A Year in Review for 2017 and Other Plans
Happy New Year! This week's Future Character Spotlight involves a superhero that I came up with a few years ago. His real name is Gavril Mircea, but his nom de superhero if you will is Dhampir. He's a Moldovan-American man in his early twenties who is a mutant that gives him some vampire-esque looks. Dhampir … Continue reading Future Character Spotlight: Gavril Mircea/Dhampir
Here's the second edition of the Future Character Spotlight series! For this little story, I have written something for a completely different character for a fantasy series. This story is much more lighthearted than last week's. Her name is Sigrid. She's a dragoness who's quite snarky and tomboyish while also having an ability revolving around … Continue reading Future Character Spotlight: Sigrid
Here's something I'll do occasionally on this blog. Future Character Spotlight. These will be sporadic microfiction or short story posts involving characters I want to use in future books. It's like a day in the life of a certain character before I start writing them into a book or whatnot. For this one, I have … Continue reading Future Character Spotlight: Revik
Lanford McCartie fell into a land adorned with gray with a crimson sunlight. "How did I get here?" he wondered. "It was that necklace." __ That malachite arrow necklace brought him to this strange world as soon as he donned it. Then, Lanford saw shadows crawling towards him. __ "Holy crap! What's going on?" Landford … Continue reading Crimson Sunlight: A Complete Twiction Serial in 7 Chapters
It's been over six months, but I'm now returning to doing TaleHunt Tuesdays. For those of you who've been subscribed while I've been posting Hollandus Landing chapters, allow me to explain. TaleHunt Tuesday is a feature where I post some flash fiction that's from my TaleHunt account. TaleHunt is an app where people post microfiction … Continue reading TaleHunt Tuesday: #IsOrginalityDead
Can you believe it, everybody? For 6 months and 810 chapters later, I finished Hollandus Landing. Thank you for following me through this ambitious journey. I have a few things to say about working on this project. The thing is that I've written some traditional novels and cell phone novels before over the past three … Continue reading I can’t believe I finished this cell phone novel.
A good deal of these souls had not died in the explosions. Nay, they were transported to other locales in the dimensional ether. An omniversal portal was opened by pure accident with the power of Exomoon. New worlds, timelines, and cultures would be discovered if there was some way back home to Hollandus Landing. Where … Continue reading Hollandus Landing Chapter 810: Epilogue V
The Exomoon explosions had certainly caused people, objects, and buildings to vanish without any forensic evidence. While this substance can be deadly even when stable, there was still a factor that was left unchecked. Much like it's dimensional origin, many victims may have disappeared, but the exit points didn't always lead to some invisible grave. … Continue reading Hollandus Landing Chapter 809: Epilogue IV