One for One Thousand is a collective of writers and photographers creating stories with a single picture and a story of one thousand words. It’s a pleasure to have my writing featured on their site with a hauntingly lovely photo from Daniel Vidal. Click the photo above to read “Comfort” on the site.
“I always consider the entire process about failure, and I think that’s the reason why more people don’t write.”
All my dreams I carry with me,
in a bag of broken glass.
It’s not the parts of busted hope,
it’s the memories of the past.
Make the good things last. | Noah Gundersen
To light it up again burn like a holy fire
Light me up again if it makes you feel free
Light me up again call me a snake and a liar
And I will be the fire that keeps you warm
Noah Gundersen | Slow Dancer
One for One Thousand is a collective of writers and photographers creating stories with a single picture and a story of one thousand words. I’m excited to have another story featured on their site. Click the photo (by Kayla King) above to read “Chicory.”
If you’ve been following along, you’re probably familiar with SINGULARITY–a project I had the opportunity and honor to be part of. In case you missed some things along the way–or still aren’t sure exactly what SINGULARITY is all about–here’s a round up of all the posts and promotions. Teasers, trailers, scary stories–they’re all here!
Real or not, an unspeakable act of violence leaves the residents of Ward C, home of a secret experiment, dead – torn apart. There is only one survivor… a woman calling herself Jessica B. Bell.
What happens when the creation surpasses the creator?
How far will Jessica go to be real?
Find out in SINGULARITY.
Get excited!! It’s the last of the character reveals for SINGULARITY and like the ones before it, Zoe’s story is a twisty one filled with terror that will have you feeling like Halloween came in July. If you’re not familiar with SINGLUARITY check it out here. Not only can you read the synopsis and pre-order SINGULARITY, but a few lucky readers had the opportunity to read and review it. They weren’t disappointed and you won’t be either!
Meet the Characters of SINGULARITY over on T.A. Woods blog PenPaperPad where she has an interview with the writers about what makes them–and their characters tick. You won’t want to miss the character trailers–but watch them with the lights on!
Meet the Writers of SINGULARITY to find out more about the collaborators (including myself) and read some fiction that’s guaranteed to have you checking behind doors and shower curtains for weeks. But don’t let that stop you!
Tamara Woods over at PenPaperPad was kind enough to (virtually) sit down with me to talk about the latest collaborative work from Jessica B. Bell and Helena Hann-Basquiat featuring several writers including yours truly! Check out our interview and the teaser for one of the many characters you’ll meet in SINGULARITY here!
In case you aren’t familiar with SINGULARITY or its precursor JESSICA–don’t be in the dark any longer. If you like stories that must be read with the light on and will make you aware of every creaking floorboard, look no further.
The time is now.
Singularity is the new novel from Helena Hann-Basquiat, with Sara Litchfield, Sandy Ramsey, Lizzi
Rogers and Hannah Sears.
Singularity is the sequel to last year’s JESSICA — a metafictional look into Jessica’s possible pasts.
Singularity is coming August 1, 2015
Whether you’re familiar with the dark and twisty story of JESSICA or not, you’ll want to check out the newest project in the works from Helena Hann-Basquiat and her collaborators. Meet Lizzi Rogers – one of the contributors in the forthcoming SINGULARITY – and check out her spine-chilling writing!
Lizzi is a Deep Thinker, Truth-Teller and seeker of Good Things. She’s also silly, irreverent and tries to write as beautifully as possible. She sends glitterbombs and gathers people around her – building community wherever she can.
Here’s a sample of Lizzi’s writing — inspired by the Campfire Tales, about afterlife justice/vengeance.
What is Left to Fear?
From the corner of your eye there’s a swift flash. A movement of something passing by – someone is definitely there. Or they were, at any rate, because by the time you turn, they’re gone. All that remains is the empty space where someone was watching you.
Which would be fine, but here in the woods, around the campfire, it’s only the…
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