The Rise and Fall of Marcus and Addison (Addison’s Perspective)

Kristian did an amazing job doing the other half to my story about the Rise and Fall of Marcus and Addison! Check it out!

Life Lessons From Around the Dinner Table

Last week Mathew, author of Blog of The Wolf Boy posted this beautiful story about Marcus & Addison from Marcus’ point of view. He opened it up for anyone who wanted to tell Addison’s side of the story, so I thought I would give it a shot.

Here is the link to Mathew’s original post, where he tells Marcus’ side of things.

Marcus’ Story


Addison

addison

Life is funny sometimes. One minute you think you have life figured out, you are chasing your dreams and living your best life, but then the universe decides to throw you a curve-ball, making you question everything you thought you knew you wanted, and longing for something you didn’t even realize you were missing, or in Addison’s case, someone.

Addison was living the dream, traveling to local cities and towns around the area she grew up in, playing at different bars and pubs. She fell…

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When It Rains, It Pours – Multi-Perspective Storytelling Ft. Kristian

Kristian from "Life Lessons Around The Dinner Table" and I have decided to do a multi-perspective story collaboration. Our introduction remains the same and at one point our story splits off into the first-person perspectives of our two main characters. This was an extremely fun and creative writing exercise, and Kristian was an absolute pleasure … Continue reading When It Rains, It Pours – Multi-Perspective Storytelling Ft. Kristian

The Neanderthal and The Wolf – A Short Story Based on a Recent Discovery

This story takes place about 40,000 years ago in an area of the world which is now known as Siberia. The climate was much colder back then and life was not easy for the inhabitants of this area, yet the struggle for existence continued. The adaptability of Neanderthals allowed them to survive and endure, even up against the odds of deeply freezing winters and voracious predators. Cave lions, giant wolves, woolly mammoths and woolly rhinoceros still wandered the earth in abundance.