The quiet autumn waters and liquid sunlight Lull the world into tranquility, and as Persephone sleeps soundly in this silent sanctuary Her children illuminate the earth with rays of muted red and gold A lyre’s honeyed melodies tinge the air with echoes of joy and jubilation And the offspring of Mother Nature pay no mind … Continue reading Autumn Winds, a poem
“I know I’m not the center of the universe But you keep spinning ‘round me just the same” -- Heavy, Linkin Park The blood, tears, and mascara trailing down Ava's cheeks painted a pretty picture of desperation and hopelessness. Her eyes were staring right back at her in the mirror, but there was nothing to … Continue reading Heavy, a point of view
How am I to feel warmth again when as I dismantle my walls, bare my naked form, and offer you my very light, You build from me, shape my skin to leather and use my bones as cement to keep yourself warm?
My Poem, Love Thyself, was mentioned in the list of entries about the theme ‘Control’ in the Author Interview Series post. Check it out!
Hey there everyone.
Welcome to another fantastic installment in the ongoing Author Interview Series.
For tonight’s fun, I have had the pleasure of speaking with author Konn Lavery about his books, experiences, passions and the evolvement of his writing processes, along with how his musical compositions have influenced his work too.
Happy reading folks, keep smiling, reading, writing and creating like there is no tomorrow 🙂
Hi there Konn, fantastic to have you over here today to discuss your horror/dark fantasy books and the creative influences behind them.
Hi David, thank you for having me on Too Full to Write! I am excited to chat with you.
Let’s start with your volumes that feature under the moniker of the “Mental Damnation” series. Tell us more about the background behind the series, why you chose this specific name for the books as a whole, the trials and tribulations that your lead protagonists…
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“do not think me cruel. sometimes, a sacrifice is done for the greater good think of this as a privilege.”
Pain to poetry My words are caught in my throat So I write instead (via - Daily Prompt: Unravel)
Denial is a prideful thing.
Another viewpoint of a beloved story. Disclaimer: Please view the following as fictional thought, not truth.
Her vibrant and expressive eyes – Once awesome and bright like the sun – Burned out like a bulb
A new mother finds out something about herself that she isn't quite prepared for.