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    30
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    Adventure
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    Vancouver, British Columbia
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    Sports, politics, activism, chess, research, history, video games.

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  1. Hunter Thomson

    Chapter 1

    Recent history suggests he cannot catch a break of any kind. At this rate, the only break he's going to get is in a bone.
  2. Hunter Thomson

    Chapter 25

    There are plans in the work for a third book in the series. I'm undecided on how far I want to take it, but you're right that Devin and Bryce deserve a finale of some kind.
  3. Hunter Thomson

    Chapter 1

    It's good to be back. This story has been a very long time coming, and I hope I'll be able to update it with the regularity it deserves.
  4. Not dead yet! I am writing again!

  5. Hunter Thomson

    Chapter 1

    Waking up in the morning was always hard, but now it just seemed harder. I was getting close to returning to school for my second year of studies, so I was trying to wake up earlier in the morning so that I wouldn’t be late for my classes. A great idea, except I’d gotten used to staying up late to run or enjoy the rest of my summer. It didn’t help that I was also sleeping in late because I didn’t have to go to work waiting tables until the evenings. Dad was already at work by the time I got up, but I checked outside to see if any mail had arrived. I didn’t expect any, but it was worth loo
  6. Devin Williams is back for his second year of college. He has a boyfriend, a spot on the baseball team, and a father who loves him. When pain from his past threatens to ruin everything he's built for himself, what will Devin do to protect the ones he loves? A continuation of the Out on the Field series, reading the other two stories is not completely necessary, though it will provide a significant amount of background knowledge.
  7. Bit late to the party. I had a concept over the summer of an apocalyptic fiction piece, even worked on it while camping. The premise of a lot of apocalyptic media is that there is a disaster of some kind, a certain number of humans survive, and the characters learn something. The story ends, and we're left to assume that things go back to something vaguely resembling the pre-apocalypse normal. In reality, that wouldn't happen. There are thousands of things both mundane and more exotic that help maintain our societies, things that can't always be done without specialized knowledge. I want
  8. Hunter Thomson

    Chapter 9

    Thanks for your review! I'll keep that in mind for any edits I may go forward with for this story.
  9. Trying something completely new. I have no idea how this will end up!

    1. ancientrichard

      ancientrichard

      :2thumbs:

      I look forward to learning more!!

    2. Reader1810

      Reader1810

      Good luck!

  10. Any advice for an author trying to resurrect his voice? It's been years and years, and though I claim to have been too busy, the truth is I lost the nerve and motivation to put words to paper. I guess a master's thesis will do that. But I want to make worlds and art again. Help a guy out?

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    2. Daddydavek

      Daddydavek

      Good to hear from you Hunter! 

      Keep a notepad handy and write down any interesting ideas you come across and when you have enough, look them over and put it together!

    3. Headstall

      Headstall

      Hey, Hunter! :hug:  Take a look at the list of prompts... there might be some inspiration there to get you started back on track. :) 

    4. Hunter Thomson

      Hunter Thomson

      @ancientrichard @Daddydavek I might do that next week when I go camping (I hope). I'm planning to bring a notebook with me and see what comes to me in a place that's not just the city skyline staring back at me.

      @Albert1434 hi Berty!

      @Headstall I've tried prompt writing before. I find the constraints difficult, I'm rusty enough that I've forgotten any skills I may have had before.

  11. Invade Vancouver again! We love Alberta plates roving around town 😛
  12. So cruel. Doubly so for that backhanded insult to my summer sport. Contrary to popular opinion, curling is a physically demanding sport. Precision, not raw force, is the name of the game. But don't take my word for it, I'll let the laddies and ladies speak for themselves.
  13. That's awful. I'm fortunate that my district is well funded. The first week after spring break, we phoned all of our students and confirmed who needed internet and device access. The district then went and provided laptops and wifi access to all of our struggling students, free of charge to the families. Those devices will be expected to be returned either at the end of this school year, or the beginning of the next school year. I'm not certain, but I do know that all my students have the technical ability to communicate with me. That ability hasn't always translated into a willingness, but no
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