I wrote a story about blowing a bubblegum bubble so big that it enveloped me and I got lost inside. I don't remember much about the story besides my final line -- the classic, "Goodbye, cruel world." Even as a little fella I liked my stories dark.
When did you first start writing?
I was in third grade when I first recall enjoying handwriting little stories.
She's survived the underground homeless society, the crazed truck driver, and the secrets of Magical Kingdom. Now, Jennifer Dash is finally on the right track. She's joined the crew of the adventure schooner Orion, a ship of scientific geniuses bent on discovering the deepest truths of reality. Will Jenn find what she's looking for? Or will the madness of a few turn her world upside down? Beware.
Seventeen year old Jennifer Dash leaves her Louisiana home in search of the key to life. Her quest begins humbly enough amidst the swamps of the Pelican state, but forces beyond her control will propel her past many nations, oceans, cultures, and fairy tales... to the very limits of reason and myth itself.
From blinding bird poop to disemboweled war elephants, the Apocrypha is rife with fascinating stories. Sadly, those stories are often hidden within a miasma of boringness. Fun with the Apocrypha is your cheat code to knowing and understanding these ancient Jewish texts without having to trudge through the boring stuff yourself. Come for the Biblical exegesis, stay for the jokes.
Young Jennifer Dash has left her quaint Louisiana home behind with a mind set on discovering the meaning to life. Instead of answers, she'll find adventure and tragedy, questions and exhilarations. Her quest will take her beyond the meaning of life, to the very limits of reality itself. Reader beware, the Pied Piper and his terrible fiddle and fife.