Sometimes, I just happen to be wandering around Reddit in boredom. Such is the life of the procrastinating creative writer who should really be working on his next novel right now. But I also love to help other authors with their own creative writing.
What better way to start a New Year than a first publication? Anthony's latest short story has been published by The Elixir Magazine!
Scrivener is extremely popular among writers. What makes it so special? Is it really better than Microsoft Word, in some ways?
For a charity talent-show event at The Disney Store, Anthony was asked to write a short story that he would then read in front of a small audience. Inspired by a Guest in store, he decided to write a story about loss, nostalgia, and family love – all connected by a "simple" Mouse.
Anthony worked on Bladecrow as a freelance script editor and consultant, as part of a contract started on Upwork. It is a 120-pages long, dark sci-fi feature film, conceived by Valeri Lilov.
Is there a more frightening pain than the one we experience with love? When Anthony (coincidentally, the Author's namesake) finds a manuscript in the attic, he is forced to find the truth behind this question. He will unveil a dark secret, and a story long-forgotten of a young boy suffering from a form of depression.
They tell stories of a time in which men knew no love, constantly battling against each other for mere manifestations of power. Then, Lilith came; and mankind was never the same again.
While playing through the whole Witcher trilogy, Anthony was once inspired by a spectacular gameplay experience. He later wrote this short story as a tribute to the developers and to the original author of The Witcher.