What Is This Blog?

This is the center for all of my pieces of writing that I wish to make public, such as old drafts, articles, and fiction. However, it’s also where I host my weekly updated high fantasy series, “That’s So Wizard“!

Click the first icon above to access all the chapters of that serial, or click here.

If you’d rather not read it on WordPress, click the 3rd (heart) icon above to see links to more than just social media sites. You’ll see Wattpad, JukePop, FictionPress, and Tumblr links where TSW is also hosted.

Enjoy your stay and I hope at least one of my pieces of writing entertains you! Also, never forget that no matter who somebody is or what they do, everybody has a story.

TSW: Chapter 3 – The Devil Went Down to Alberta


Chapter Three – The Devil Went Down to Alberta

The three of them stood lurking in an alley like a group of loitering hooligans. Deena, crossing her arms, now had her hair done up in loops, even though neither of the boys even noticed her have a chance to change. She was mostly quiet, which seemed to be the norm.

“What are we looking for?” Kevin asked quietly. “I don’t see anything.”

“Normal people don’t have magic eyes,” came a quiet, slightly frustrated response from the witch.

“Magic whats?”

Eldrian inspected the time on his phone, but looked up to Kevin’s confusion and spoke. “Magic eyes. It’s what lets wizards get away with a lot of things without others finding out. It lets you see what others can’t. Wizards have them, and spellbreakers have them. Demons too, usually, and some other things. Sorry, Kev. You don’t have them, so just try not to get murdered.”

“Gee, thanks,” muttered the ginger boy in response. “But what are we waiting for? We’re standing still. Is it supposed to come to us?”

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TSW: Chapter 2 – Black Magic Woman


Chapter Two – Black Magic Woman

Buttons were clacking under the aggressive panic of Eldrian’s thumbs and fingers as the plumber jumped and jumped over hordes of terrifying fungus monstrosities. Suspenders weren’t much to wear on the battlefield, but the little man pushed forward. That is, until his life came to an untimely end meeting a sharp-toothed flower protruding from a pipe.

“Aah! Damn it it all. Where’d that thing even come from?” Eldrian cursed as he dropped the controller to his knees.

The two of them sat on the cream-coloured carpet of Kevin’s bedroom. A forty-inch CRT television rested on the stand in front of them, plugged into an old gaming console. The sad words of, “Game Over” were present on the screen at this moment.

“I thought you were a wizard,” muttered Kevin sarcastically.

“First of all, I’m going to turn you into a frog. Second of all, don’t say that out loud. I’m probably already going to pay for what I did last night. Someone somewhere is going to have my butt on a platter, whether that’s the government, or a friend. I’m not sure which is better.”

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