Back from the doldrums

Hello world! I've been having a hard time writing lately, but I'm happy to say my funk is over, and I'm producing fictional words again! I've gone back to a project I was working on last year, and I've rediscovered the thread, which is not something I'm usually able to do when I'm away from …

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Yes, I’m still reading, just slowly

Here are the books I've read so far this year and my thoughts! I am way behind schedule! The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson: Amazing! I have a much longer post about the book versus the show coming up, so I'm not going to post much here besides 'I loved it!' Sapiens: a …

A thriller novel in 1600 words

Here is a novel I wrote in 1600 words. It's a 'page turner'! Prologue In a dark warehouse a Helpless Woman limps away from a shadowy figure. “Help! Help!” she cries, but no one is there to help her. The figure holds a gleaming blade in a red-gloved hand. “No!” cries the woman. Blood splashes …

Ghostin’ myself

I've been away for a while, not writing. Not writing sucks! I somehow lost the motivation. I say somehow, but I know how. I started to feel that it was pointless to write when nothing will ever come of it. I still sort of feel that way. It's not that I doubt that I'm good …

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 …