On Finishing Writing a Book

Today, I’m working on finishing the sci-fi novel I started a year ago.

It feels weirdly surreal that I’m going to be writing the last chapter, the last sentence, and the last words shared between my two male leads. Their relationship has grown as I’ve grown in numbering my pages, to the point where it feels like I’ve written a realistic couple. My understanding of the alien language and the magic structure has become more in-depth than what it was when I started out.


Legion: The Many Lives of Stephan Leeds

Stephen Leeds isn’t crazy, but his hallucinations are: My name is Stephen Leeds, and I am perfectly sane. My hallucinations, however, are all quite mad (pg. 15). Stephen lives in a huge mansion, where his aspects as he prefers to call his hallucinations, all have their own rooms. His main team consist of people with various skills–such as historian, gunslinger, computer analyst, and coding decryption. Stephen lives alone, with a butler for company–later followed by his butler’s young niece.