The time has come for the first special feature of the Sailor in the Civil War project! It has been quite awhile, I know. Things have been chaotic, and thus threw off the whole production schedule for this project. But it is still a go, and I am working hard to get everything I’ve beenRead on »
Posts Tagged: mixed media storytelling
Support Aila Rye’s Genea-Fiction Series!
The holidays may be over, but work on genea-fiction is not! As December draws to a close, I’m working hard on my different projects, including this genea-fiction project featuring Aila Rudzīte. As you may have noticed, the Kickstarter campaign drew to a close at the end of December, having not met its goal on Kickstarter,Read on »
A President For His Country – Now Available!
The full short story “A President For His Country” is now available! Just click here to start reading! I hope you enjoy the story. If you find promise in it, then I hope that you will support my first novel featuring Aila Rudzīte – I have launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund the production ofRead on »
Preparation, Preparation, Preparation…
Are you ready to learn what you’ll need to solve the puzzles that will be appearing in the short story, “A President For His Country”? If so, you’ll want to head on over to the third puzzle page and solve the keyword code. The answer to that puzzle will give you the password you needRead on »
Ready for an Excerpt?
The time has come! You can read the prologue for the short story that will be debuting here soon! But of course, you have to work for it! I’ve made this week’s puzzle a bit easier than last week’s, since it seems like a lot of people had trouble with it. Hopefully this one willRead on »
Welcome to the New Way of Storytelling!
Mixed media storytelling is on the rise. It promises a new way of engaging readers with the stories, aided by advances in technology and the Internet. What is mixed media storytelling? Simply put, taking a story beyond the usual bounds of printed text on a page or e-reader/tablet. Images. Videos. Apps. Interactions in the “realRead on »