Inspired by a number of my favorite artists’ sketch blogs, I’ve decided to start my own sketch blog of sorts, but for writing, since I don’t draw. This is primarily an effort to force myself to write on a regular basis and keep in the habit. Most of what’s on here will be quick writing exercises or the openings of stories or just thoughts and ideas about that kind of thing. Much of it will be unpolished. I’ll also post here when I manage to get something published. You can check out the Published! page for those entries.

I’m pretty web page illiterate, so don’t expect anything too fancy here.

Thanks for visiting, and feel free to leave your thoughts on anything I’ve written.

-Alexander Burns

Alexander Burns lives and writes in the vicinity of Denton, TX. He graduated from the University of North Texas with a BA in English Composition and works as a technical editor. He’s hard pressed to define exactly what he writes, but most of it will have science fiction/fantasy/supernatural themes.

All content Copyright 2018 by Alexander Burns


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  1. I hope this reaches you somehow. I’m new to WordPress. I read one of your stories in my Portfolio class at Full Sail University. It’s called “Interrogation Cupcakes.” I really enjoyed it and would love to see more of this story. I think this story could become something big like a movie for either adults or for kids. You have an amazing concept. Thank you for the story and your time to read this.

    1. Wow, thanks, I had no idea my work was being used in class curricula. I’m glad you liked it!

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