The alarm clock rings, forcing you to lazily open your eyes. As you lay there grieving over the sudden loss of that amazing fantasy that just disappeared into the recesses of your mind, you seriously debate letting the damn alarm ring all morning.
Then you take your pillow and put it over your face. Not your ears — your face.
It’s Tuesday. And you’d rather be suffocated by your own pillow than get up and do this again. Continue With “3 Reasons Tuesdays Are Worse Than Mondays” »
The new promo for Ender Bowen’s December single release “Believe” is now available, featuring a 30-second clip of the song!
Check it out here and offer your feedback into the comments section!
A full music video for the song will be coming in early 2014.
Inspired by famous characters like James Bond and Jack Bauer, as well as popular genre series such as Dungeons & Dragons, John Carter and Final Fantasy, Elrik O’Dune places the old fashion spy novel in the fantasy genre, introducing new and creative adventures!
The first novel, Elrik O’Dune: The Elven Scroll, is due to appear on e-readers in 2014, with many more to follow. Continue With “Elrik O’Dune: The Elven Scroll” »
It boggles my mind to think that this fall marks the 20th anniversary of the debut of a little television series called seaQuest DSV.
I don’t know as many people really remember this show. For the most part, it had what I would consider a rather small cult following – for something that was on an actual network. And it existed at a time before the internet made it easy to communicate with other fans and followers of something that you love. I don’t think I could have really done that anyway – I was only 13 when the show came out. Continue With “20 Years After seaQuest DSV” »
Ender Bowen caught in the studio tracking vocals for new song “Waste of Time”, coming this fall!
Note: This manuscript is not in its final form and is subject to change.
The screaming stopped.
There was nothing but silence. Cold, uninviting silence.
No longer did Amber feel the pull and the crush of an angry Universe, for it appeared to have granted her mercy, releasing her from its unfathomable clutches, depositing her… here.
Where was here?
She tried to open her eyes, but the moment any light slipped in, her head rang with the piercing agony of ten-thousand hammers pounding against her skull. Had she not already been curled up in the fetal position, she would have found herself there momentarily. Continue With “DreadWind – Chapter Six: Arrival” »