Cajun stories, books, poems, and more

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Just a very, very short story I had in mind. Perhaps more will come of it, perhaps not. I am currently studying French so I love French history and folk-tales, particularly those of the Cajuns. I wanted to work on something besides poetry. Feel free to leave comments or offer… Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 28, 2018

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The Booksie Classic House

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The Booksie Classic House

"Let me let you in on a secret, Marguerite. There is nothing good that comes to this mansion, just lies and deceptions. If you don't believe me, then take a long look at my skeleton that is inside the closet." ~Grandmere Josephine Grandmere Josephine is slowly dying, and her final… Read More
This is the prequel to The Screaming Raven (originally posted on on 10/14/14); brief, but it gets very violent at the end. Read More
The myths of America are real. Cryptid beasts stalk the forests of the land. Two old men were drawn to a career, for different reasons. They deal with these monsters when they lash out, when they aren't giving each other grief or dealing with family. In this episode, a monster… Read More
Amos Alexander- better known as Will- comes from a wealthy family, has a good education and has his life planned out for him. So when he moves back to his hometown of New Orleans, Louisiana. He comes across the one, the one his mother had told him once he found… Read More
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