Dystopian fiction has never become more relevant than it is today. With humans plundering the earth’s resources, wars at every corner you look, dire poverty, exploitation, a hoarding of wealth and welfare, massive loss of habitat for both animals and humans it does seem like the world is at a brink of an end. While… Continue reading Divergent Trilogy: Most important piece of dystopian fiction to come out?
When Rolemn opened his eyes he ceaselessly stared at the ceiling. No thoughts in his head. Just a harrowing hollowness gnawing at his mind vitality. He lay immobile in his bed, not feeling familiar to himself like he’d crawled into a shriveled corpse. His alarm went off but he was too tired to move, the… Continue reading Pyre of Envy VIII: Aftermath
The wait was long. Making it unbearable was the Ritalin bottle posing as a searing seductress on the desk. Corklin turned to YouTube to help him distract himself from the growing compulsion to start using without Rolemn. None of the Youtube videos he watched proved effective enough.. He slumped back into his chair swiveled around… Continue reading Pyre of Envy VII: If You’ll Trust Me
Rolemn awoke to a hastened knock on the door. Who the fuck is that? he thought as he climbed out of his bed and grabbed his pants from the floor. He slid into them and stumbled to the door while zipping up. He rested his hands on the door handle before he unlatching the door,… Continue reading Pyre of Envy VI: All Things Permissible
I had to do a lot of this and other countless scribblings, in the four years I put Before the Cult together. Writing a piece of work that is supposed to mimic, amongst other things, all the negative effects of being a delusional depressive with anxiety and ADHD is not easy. The first hurdle is… Continue reading Before the Cult Scribblings & Official Review