Later that night, Thanatos sat in Apollo’s house. Apollo tolerated Thanatos more than the other gods did. Apollo understood that in order for a world to be completely balanced, it must have a source of life and a source of death. He also knew that Thanatos cared more for peace than chaos, so Apollo was friendlyContinue reading “Character Building Exercise Continued”
Crisp, cold breeze carries rustling leaves, constant churning babbling river, chirping birds singing sweet melodies. Between blades of grass charming crickets singing harmony. Butterflies, dragonflies, and buzzing flies dance to the Chorus of Nature.
**Author’s Note – I wrote this to help myself explore these two characters and their back stories. This beginning part of Thanatos’ story happens about sixteen years before the series Warriors of Greecium takes place. Hope you enjoy this unedited sneak peak. ** Thanatos was sitting in a cushioned rocking chair, and a chubby blackContinue reading “Character Building Exploration”
Nights left alone, whispered screams reaching through walls to young ears. Mother, eyes glued to screens, body morphed to cushion. A sharp tongue cuts at the little voice tugging on soft sleeves. Father, beer cans, whiskey bottles white knuckled. Cigarette in one corner, joint in the other. Ravings of madman answer the little voice atContinue reading “Voices of A Family”
My husband, Peter, I spent almost two hours discussing Greecium. We dove into many world building concepts that I never thought to think about, or had thought about and said I would think more on it later only never returned to the idea. It was a fantastic and productive conversation that lead to many breakthroughsContinue reading “Changing for the better”