Category Archives: writing

Read It For the Articles

This one is for redbeanpork’s withdrawl symptoms. I can’t remember if I mentioned why I’m taking a break from writing, but it’s because I want to start writing a book. To help transition from writing blog posts to writing longer-form … Continue reading

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Blank Page

Though you started with nothing Grew up being poor Your artistic spirit A boat with an oar. You saw people and things In a fantastical way No matter the evil. Only good would you say. Your terrible jokes, And your … Continue reading

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Pudge and Silencer at the Library

Fan-Fiction Friday! Featuring two of my favourite Dota 2 heroes: Silencer and Pudge. My goal in writing this is to channel my 15-year-old self. ——————————————– Silencer’s stomach began to grumble, and he quickly silenced it through sheer force of will. He … Continue reading

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Our Stories

It’s no secret that I love games, in particular Dota 2. It’s also no secret that I enjoy writing, and now film-making.  Eggmond linked this podcast: http://gamehugs.com/episode-52-katie-stegs-lumi-consulting/, and he said there have been others in this series that go into different … Continue reading

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Making the News

I got home too late yesterday and wasn’t able to get the photo I wanted to get on the way home, so Lazy Fiction Friday has become Slothful Story Saturday. ————————————- Samantha rested against the tree trunk, glad she managed … Continue reading

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The Lost Umbrella

It’a lazy Fiction Friday again! ——————————————- Evan scrubbed at the stubborn mustard stain, which had been left by one of the café’s messiest eaters. The owner, Mr Smyth, spent a lot of money on the ornate wooden tables that were … Continue reading

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The Girl on the Train

Patrick ran for the train, annoyed at himself for being unable to push back on the extra work heaped on him by his boss who didn’t seem to understand that now was not a good time to be taking on … Continue reading

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