My company has just launched an awesome new VR experience called Bash. It lets friends watch concerts or attend shows together, in live 360 video, from anywhere. You grab a group and you all attend together, and the only people you see is your group of friends and the person you’re watching; no matter how […]
At the end of September, Silverstring Media released Tales of the Stop, an anthology of short stories set in the world of Azrael’s Stop. It features stories from ten different authors about the various people that visited the Stop during the course of Azrael’s Stop, and one of those stories was written by yours truly. Lucas Johnson, […]
Hello my lovely Wrenlettes, As most of you are aware, my novel Command the Tides came out this month. That has left me buzzing like a busy bee, and not writing my Lucid Dreaming stories as I no doubt should be. Please forgive my silence, and enjoy this small excerpt from the novel. Updates shall […]
Wow. I can’t believe it’s been two and a half years of Lucid Dreaming. Two and a half years of (mostly) weekly stories; two and a half years of incredible artwork. I’ve seen beautiful paintings, stunning photographs, detailed sketches; I’ve written tragedies, comedies, weird murder fantasies (only one, thank goodness!). And I have such a blast […]
I’ve created a book trailer for my novel “Wolf,” which I’m shopping around to publishers. Let me know what you think of it!
Normally with Lucid Dreaming, my contributors create art, and I write something in response. This week, we’ve turned it on its head – I wrote a short piece, and one my contributors went out in search of art to match it. This will hopefully be a recurring theme, happening every second month or so. So […]
You may have noticed there was no Lucid Dreaming post this week – that is because the novel undertaking is completed (successfully), so I have taken this weekend off to build up a little bit of a backlog, and Lucid Dreaming will be back in full force this weekend.
Hello my loyal follows. How quiet you are! You would have made excellent children in the 1800s. But I digress. As part of a novel contest which I intended to enter, got distracted, and decided to enter anyway, I am writing a large amount in a very short amount of time. As such, I do […]
Hello loyal (and casual) readers! You have probably noticed a distinct lack of posts for the past two Mondays. I apologize for that, but I have a really good excuse! Okay, I have a middling excuse. My beautiful contributors, who have been serving me so faithfully throughout this project, are getting a little snowed under […]
I remember plants growing wild like weeds, green and yellow under the late summer sun. My fingers, still smooth and nimble, would dismantle them leaf by leaf. I remember a porch, the wood turned grey with age and weather. Why is it that age turns everything grey? Colour seems now like that loyal dog you […]