Though None Go With Me

This is a short story I wrote for an English class a few years ago.  Hope you enjoy it 🙂 _______________________________________________________________ “Gentlemen,” Mark Carlisle, his new acquaintance, said, “allow me to introduce Mr. Zachery Taylor.  He is recently arrived here at Harvard.  Mr. Taylor,” turning to Zach, he gestured widely around the room, “my friends … Continue reading Though None Go With Me

The Nature of Being an Author

As long as I can remember, it has been one of my biggest dreams to become a published author, to write my stories and have people read them and love them. It may be surprising, then, that one teensy little aspect of being a published author escaped my awareness until recently: Real people will read … Continue reading The Nature of Being an Author

Daevêd and the Airiens

            No one ever comes out alive. I glance at the young man beside me.  Jorthâes, the eldest son of King Avänt—he’s my best friend.  His set expression as he looks at the dark forest directly ahead of us tells me he’s thinking the same thing as me.  We may not … Continue reading Daevêd and the Airiens

The Pond and the Lake

A couple weeks ago I posted the Creation story I'm working on, which you can read here: This is the next part of the beginning-of-the-world story.   A piece of trivia: it and Creation are written in the voice of Raiballeon, a character from a later time who recorded the early history of Orrock.   … Continue reading The Pond and the Lake

Bible Passages I Wish Were Worship Songs

It’s been a couple weeks since I posted (sorry!). While I have been working on a post that will succeed the previous “Creation” story, it is not quite done, so I thought I’d share with you something I’ve been thinking about recently. Do you ever read something in the Bible and think, “Wow, that’s amazing!! … Continue reading Bible Passages I Wish Were Worship Songs