1 “Overboard” “I probably deserve this,” Durn thought when the guards threw him from the forecastle of the Xebec. He felt a rush of warm evening air before the cruel ocean swallowed him. When he broke the surface of the water seconds later, Durn saw his former ship plowing relentlessly toward the horizon. The lanterns
Ideas are plentiful. They surround us every day. Most of these flare for a moment or two and are content to fade away. Some are persistent. Many years ago, an idea was pestering me. It was a little story about art school, and I had big adventures to write. To get it out of my
Sometimes you know a new project is not going to end well, but you have to commit to it anyway and jump in with both feet.
This is an illustration I did for a blog titled: “Fit for a King: The Wanderer’s Guide to the Culinary Arts”, by Brady Thomas. You can find it HERE on the Story Attic website. For any of you who want to do serious adventuring but see no reason why you should not eat well along
It’s always difficult when your parents’ work takes them to a new place and there are no other children with whom you can play.