Somniloquy

I'm on a podcast for Lucent Dreaming! Here is our first episode, about how to give/receive feedback! https://anchor.fm/somniloquy/episodes/Episode-1---No-more-Dylans-e34n15/a-aa4978 https://anchor.fm/somniloquy/episodes/Episode-1---No-more-Dylans-e34n15/a-aa4978 Stay tuned for new episodes each month!

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Jonas David Fiction Fridays #2, The Observer

I'm sure you've heard me mentioning this novella several times over the past year. Well, here it is, published and free for you to read and share! I used Smashwords just for the reason that I can make it free there (Amazon won't let things be free all the time) so please download and read …

Jonas David’s Fiction Fridays, Episode #1: Slice of Life

--1:22 PM and thirty-eight seconds on January third, 2018: Strategies for escape: Lift a pencil, sharpened, and place the point against the right tear duct. With the heel of your palm against the eraser, angle the utensil so it is parallel with the bridge of your nose. Thrust into the brain. Find the heaviest object …

Fiction Fridays

I've written a lot of short stories, and done nothing with most of them. The few I've tried to do something with have been eternally rejected. Those that I've posted on other sites have had minimal views because I'm terrible at marketing. Well... one thing I haven't done much of, is posting fiction here. Why? …

Why I quit go and started chess

Most people in the western world have never heard of go, or if they have, they only found it later in life after first playing chess. I’ve played go steadily for about 5 years and got into it before I ever played chess online even once. Recently though, I have shifted almost exclusively to chess. …

Goals for 2019

It's that time of year again, where we all decide to really do the things we want to do. Usually it lasts for a couple months then we fall back into our ruts. That's why it's better for goals to be concrete, realistic, and achievable! Here are some of mine for the next year. Make …

The books I read in 2018: the good, the best, and the rest

This year I continued my exploration of the literary. I read 34 books, the same as last year (missing my goal of 40 by a fair amount) and only two of those could be called genre. Of those 34, most were brilliant, some extremely so, and very few were bland or uninteresting. I don't think …