FREE Memorial Day WEEKEND SHORT STORY

WE WERE LIKE BROTHERS”, A DYSTOPIAN SHORT STORY IS FREE TO ALL THIS WEEKEND ON AMAZON.

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In 2038, the civil war had stalled. Fighting contained to border skirmishes between what remained of the United States of America and the Union of Reformed States. Corporal Caleb Thompson, 111th Mortuary Affairs, URSA, faced the hardest decision of his young life. Searching for deceased soldiers after a recent battle, he found himself in a situation he never expected. Would he help his lifelong friend or follow the orders of God and Country?

“We Were Like Brothers” is in the wild

We Were Like Brothers“, a dystopian short story has just been published on Amazon. It is free for Kindle Unlimited subscribers and it will be FREE to ALL for Memorial Day weekend (5/21/20 to 5/25/20).

In 2038, the civil war had stalled. Fighting contained to border skirmishes between what remained of the United States of America and the Union of Reformed States. Corporal Caleb Thompson, 111th Mortuary Affairs, URSA, faced the hardest decision of his young life. Searching for deceased soldiers after a recent battle, he found himself in a situation he never expected. Would he help his lifelong friend or follow the orders of God and Country?

My writing playlist

I like to write with my AirPods in to drown out the cherished sounds of my kids yelling in the background as they play, or scream at each other. Yes, there is sarcasm in that. Seriously, though, I like to drown out any distractions while I write. On occasion, I listen to nature sounds, mostly running water or ocean waves. I have a natural draw to water, and I love the sound of it, even the sound of the plentiful rain we get here in Oregon.

When I write, I don’t care to listen to music with lyrics. I prefer instrumental tracks with a calming tempo. I recently found out two of my favorite television series, Game of Thrones and Westworld, have the same music composer, Ramin Djawadi. If you like the title tracks, you’ll like the rest of the series sound tracks. The music from these shows is fantastic. What is even better, if you listen to Apple Music, they have a Ramin Djawadi Essentials playlist that has all the music in one convenient playlist.

What do you like to listen to when you are writing or working on a creative project? Share in the comments.