Lauren Sargent

Month: February 2018

How to Train Your Camera

I’d like to think I have a natural eye for what looks good visually. Take one look at my Instagram feed and it appears to be otherwise. Luckily for me, this week we got a whole guide of tips on how to take better and […]

Week 3: Total Burnout, Dude

Another week, another 5 billion words coming out of my wee little brain. Last week I decided I needed to be more organized and follow a schedule. Did I follow through? No. Will I still try again next week? Yes. When I compound all my […]

Zombie Sweetheart

Dear Future Husband, In these trying times, I often think of you to get through the days. Will you be tall or short? Will you have brown eyes or blue? Will you eat hot dogs or brains? Simple questions like that run through my mind […]

10 Seconds of Being the Blandest Person

To start off my evening of writing assignments for DS106 I decided to do this 10 seconds of thanks prompt because there’s nothing like rushing to say all the things you’re grateful for to wake you up. Here’s what I managed to pull together, including […]

The Re-Ending of the World

An alternate ending to The Defenders by Philip K. Dick.¬† The tube back to beneath the surface had been sealed. Moss, Franks and Taylor shared a look between them that communicated sheer panic and a loss of words. There was no way back to their […]

Products of the Apocalypse: A Handy Dandy Mirror

Yes, this IS product placement. I made this purchase on Amazon, not expecting it to be one of the BEST decisions I ever made. Check out my review here and get your own mirror to start living it up like I did! So I decided […]

A Rusted Future

This week I had the pleasure of reading two post-apocalyptic short stories. The first of these was¬†There will come soft rains by Ray Bradbury. From the get go, this story drew me in with a full immersion into the destroyed post-apocalyptic world that it took […]