Previously on Eyes of my Enemies, St. J and Sammie have set out to steal St. J’s car back from his parent’s house welcoming in some unwanted memories. They continued on to the prison alone, finding Blake and Nikki busy with training. With on the spot planning, Sammie and St. J were able to break into the prison to begin their search for the fallen angel, Katrina, but found complications all along the way. We pick up after St. J had just discovered Katrina’s cell in hopes she will have all the answers he is looking for and hopefully is not yet another enemy.
What do you guys like to listen to while you write? I wrote a post earlier about the different techniques you can use to prevent writer’s block. One thing that I mentioned was to know your environment in which you write your best. Is at night or when you just wake up, do you brainstorm beforehand or dive right into it. Before I mentioned the idea of listening to music while you write, but now I’m curious. What do you listen to? Continue reading Lofi Chill Hip-Hop Beats
Previously on Eyes of my Enemies. Nikki is stricken with grief after giving into her animal ways and allowing the Lycan within to rampage throughout the streets. Blake shows another side of himself comforting her with the story of their species origin. Meanwhile, St. J and Sammie learn of the angel with black wings, Katrina. After an intense battle with the police, she was captured and brought to Holbrick Penitentiary. Newscasters are unsure how to cover such supernatural events. St. J begins his quest to speak to this angel who just may have the answers he seeks, but that means he must break this dangerous creature out of a maximum security prison. Only time will tell if he is to succeed, read on below to find out. Continue reading Eyes of my Enemies
Through blogging, we are given an amazing opportunity to connect with others with similar interests and aspirations. We are given the chance to help and learn from each other through the amazing gift that the internet is. Too many people use this device to spread hate, while there is a world of opportunity literally at our fingertips. An amazing writer, Bryan Fagan, reached out to me as friendly people do online. Together we would like to present to you a presentation of each other. So without further ado: Continue reading Man of the Year
Anyone want to read a play I made a while back. It’s pretty short, shorter than the majority of the stuff I post on this wonderful blog St. J Writing. But I got a little funny with this work. I’m not really familiar with many plays so I took a lot of inspiration from the one play I do know, A Christmas Carol. My play, The Pint Father, is about an alcoholic in 1800’s England. He goes throughout his daily life trying to piece together the events that unfolded the previous night that he cannot recall. We meet his friends, enemies, and a great secret is revealed. Enjoy! Continue reading The Pint Father