Punchable German In dorm won't fucking shut it. Words scatter to winds. Not punchable because he's German, but he's German and he's punchable and he won't. Stop. Skyping his girlfriend for hours at a stretch, multiple times per day, in the sleeping area. This, combined with my two-days old headache, means I'm skipping tonight. PS: … Continue reading ‘This Close to Murder’ Haiku
Heart races, gut churns. Whether panic or sickness, No history post. Really sorry to do this, but right now, I'm trying to discern if I'll be vomiting tonight or not. Sacrifice a chicken for me and make a nice soup from it.
TAIPEI, TAIWAN - Kelsey Ehler, an ESL teacher and wannabe writer, is begging for cash through social media channels. Said Ehler, "I'm starting my new job soon, but it's going to be another month before I see my first paycheck. I tallied up my money, annnnd..." She took a deep breath and continued. "Yeah. Yeah. … Continue reading Special Report: Wannabe Writer Begs For Cash
Hey, guys! I've started to revamp my Patreon page. Go have a look at the new reward tiers and if you're so inclined, become a patron!Edit: I've added goals. Get me to ten patrons, each patron will get a personal haiku. Pledge as little as $1 a month!http://patreon.com/kelsini
This is the 201st post. That's something to feel good about. First thing's first: I'll be continuing the daily haiku. Second thing's second: those fake news articles are way, way, way more popular than anything else I post. My focus must consequently shift to them. I am currently working on a separate site for historical … Continue reading (PSA) State of the Blog Address
Here it is, my hundredth post since I started this writing blog back in January 2017. I stressed for a stupid amount of time about what the topic of it would be, but then I thought, to hell with it! I'm going to take this time to announce some things! There will continue to be … Continue reading Post #100: State of the Blog Address
Oh, guess what I'm still doing? Give me a prompt, and I'll write you a short story! Here's what your money gets you: $1: Three haiku, sent to your inbox. $5: A short story on a Taiwanese postcard, sent to your mailbox. $10: A short story on a full page of stationary, complete with matching … Continue reading Stories on Demand!