The first rains finally came on to the city. Climate change was delaying the schedule of the pouring liquid, or moving it to the wrong places. That’s how crazy the world was getting, thought Ralph, not that he wondered much about that kind of subject. Greta Thunberg came a lot to his mind, though. If […]
Sometimes Lucas had suicidal thoughts. About twice a day, actually. He had them almost as far as he could remember. He was five years old when the first one happened. It was on a road trip. His favorite toy was a miniature of a VW Beetle and her sister tossed it out of the window […]
When I first read Crime and Punishment, Dosto became my best friend. The man was teaching me everything one needs to know to write something worth reading. There are many other friends of equal value, but Dosto took my heart. If you want to learn how to master the basics of the interior monologue, Crime […]
I made this video to promote CHRONOS when I was publishing it on Patreon. Now that I moved to WordPress, I should think of another trailer for the home page. I composed the music, but I might compose something else for the new trailer.
“I got bread!,” shouted a brute in high school while groping Lucy’s buttocks. “You got toasted!,” she retorted, hitting him right in the eye with Thomas Mann’s The Magic Mountain. This is Lucy Bread and the moment was magic indeed. Never more in her all entire life she would be a victim of abuse. The […]
Gregory sat on the bench, tightly close to Sophie due to the cold. For thirty eight years they would sat there every Saturday afternoon, except on vacations. When occupied, they would lay down on the lawn. The river started to change color as the Sun moved towards the horizon, dimming the stains of pollution to […]
Insomnia. Hell. For at least a couple of months, Raphael wasn’t capable of having a good night sleep. He tried everything, until the walls and ceiling of his house couldn’t contain him any more. That’s how long walks at 4 AM started. He didn’t use the elevator. Eight floors down the stairs, echoing through the […]