Writing fiction is another urge of mine that fills in the cracks of my free time. I have no aspirations to become a full-time writer, but ideas keep popping up involuntarily when I take showers and lie in bed at night. I read regularly and can be stalked on my Goodreads profile. I currently have some short stories to share, and descriptions of some works in progress (complete with Markov chain samples).
I Should Be Alive
2014. 14 pages, 5,875 words.
An inept paranormal investigation show, its cameraman, its psychic, TV, and the years.
2014. 24 pages, 5,472 words.
Stylistic parody of school-assigned coming-of-age stories.
A Skyrimbaby’s Guide to Morrowind and Oblivion
2015. 3,355 words.
A review/guide for The Elder Scrolls video game series for people who hopped aboard late (like me).
So Random!: How to Build Attachment to Random Generation (and Not Be No Man’s Sky)
2016. 4,273 words.
A look at the history of random generation in video game design and how it can work, from the context of No Man’s Sky’s release.