Psychology Of War

Every day, Teddy wears the external perception of a temperate and earnest federal marshall. Every day, Teddy navigates around past traumas of alcoholism and war like landmines. Every day, Teddy’s hit by the shrapnel memory of his dead wife. Over time, these invisible wounds decayed his mind, developing a hive for mental illness to thrive. Locked within his mind’s confines, Teddy became a POW.

Genesis of Storytelling

    While listening to a sermon as a young man, a preacher cursed the Bible with this acronym: Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth.  Like most bad preachers, he was all too satisfied with his glass darkly of an idea.  Though the Bible has books dedicated to laws (Leviticus…😢), equating God’s word to a celestial […]