Monthly Archives: August 2017

What’s in a name? Sometimes, everything

Dammit. I open up one of my old tales and it’s called A Pirate’s Tale. Written before Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean series came out, one of the main characters was named Jack. So no. Not going to keep that … Continue reading

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Siren’s Lament – What happened at the interview

If you haven’t read the first part of that senile old dragon rambling on about the man who broke Parthenope’s heart, click here. Then his story will make a little bit more sense. Don’t blame me for his ramblings though. … Continue reading

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Siren’s Lament Part II

If you haven’t read the first part of that senile old dragon rambling on about the man who broke Parthenope’s heart, click here. Then his story will make a little bit more sense. Don’t blame me for his ramblings though. … Continue reading

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Siren’s Lament intro

orever is a very long time. You’ve heard that cliché many times. Yet, can you think of a single example of how it could be used in reality? You see, you people get stories wrong all the time. Especially when … Continue reading

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