It’s been a good while since I’ve done one of these. Figured I might as well start back up with another scrap of free writing from my commonplace book. Like the previous two, it’s based on a thing I heard about as a kid, and was written as a warm up for something better. This […]
I read a thing, a few days ago, and it got me to thinking, and making notes for a story I’ll probably never write. I do that a lot. Ideas, and the notes that come with them, are a dime a dozen. I get five ideas before breakfast and five more after my first cup […]
For today’s commonplace book entry, we have a thing which, like several previous entries, is relevant to my current project.
Today we have another bit of free writing from my commonplace book. Like the last one, it’s a nasty bit of southern fried weirdness, composed as a way of warming up for the day’s writing. It’s more a vignette than a story in and of itself. The old store, and its odd decorations, is a […]
Let’s start the week off right with a few more odds and sods from my commonplace books. This time, its all about nonexistent streets, monkey testicles and lost plays.
Another entry from my commonplace book to start the week off.
Today, in lieu of real content, I have a few random assortments from my commonplace book. Automatons, Italian cinema and a grimoire. All the ingredients for an interesting Monday.
Today’s commonplace book entry…cemetery guns. What are cemetery guns, you ask?
Today’s commonplace book entry is a bit of free writing from a few years ago. I used to scratch out little vignettes like this every other day or so in order to warm up the old creative muscles, and play with ideas. I don’t do it so much anymore, mostly due to a lack of […]
“These sinful rites and these her sister’s songs Abhorred Erichtho, fiercest of the race, spurned for their piety, and yet viler art practised in novel form. To her no home beneath a sheltering roof her direful head thus to lay down were crime: deserted tombs her dwelling-place, from which, darling of hell, she dragged the […]