A Vortex manages to hit Kyle’s ship with a black hole cannon, the loading dock flies open and everything begins falling out. Kyle tries to close it but it’s no use, all the controls are busted. Kyle looks for his emergency space suit but it was the first thing to fall out.
His name was Stalley, Capt. James Stalley. This is a tale about how he lived and died by the sea, on his own terms even to the very end. I remember his last words to me, “Everything goes and everything returns Faulkner! Let time do its deed and ye’ll all be home safe, I promise ya that!” We were all wet, bruised, and beaten.
So I was at my writing group and we had an activity based upon description. Now, I think myself at least halfway decent when it comes to description, even good when I put some effort into it, but, for some reason, my brain just wasn't there. Happens a lot doesn't it? Those days where you're … Continue reading A Reason for Bad Writing (Not what you think)