Jase Rosenburg

Writing With Emotion

One of my favorite things about being a writer is the ability to make people feel things with my words. I want people to feel angry, sad, happy, and grossed out.  I want what they read to be so real, they can feel it and

Three Helpful Writing Tips

Don’t look at it. I SAID DON’T LOOK AT IT! You’ve got to sneak up on it.  If you don’t it’ll run away.  Then you’ll need all the luck you can get to catch it. That’s how it feels sometimes when you try to write.

Leaving

This is a poem I wrote entitled “Leaving”  Let me know what you think.  Make sure to like and share if you enjoyed it! Thanks for stopping by.

Sharing My Passion

Today I want to share something with you.  My passion.  I’ve been blogging for a while now and it’s a huge passion.  I enjoy sharing devotional posts with you guys.  Actually, I enjoy it so much that I’m going to start working on a devotional

Interview With Author Alton Lee Webb

I’m on a roll with the interviews lately!  Today’s interview is with Author Alton Lee Webb.  I met Lee through Twitter, as much as you can meet through social media.  I can tell you one thing I already know about him, he’s driven.  I can

Interview with Denica McCall

  I put out a call for Christian authors, musician and artists to contact me so I could get some interviews lined up.  Denica McCall follows my Facebook page and responded to me.  I’m glad she took the time to do so.  When you read

Ed And The Angry Crabs

This is an unedited story I wrote back in 2011.  This one is geared toward kids!  My first ever story for children.  So check it out, Ed saves the day from the angry crabs!  Share it with your kids and let me know what they

VisDare 140 The Secret Of Life

“One day you look down and your hands are wrinkled and worn.  Life happens.  You get a job, you get married, and you have kids.  Before you know it you look in the mirror and don’t recognize yourself.” “I’ve got all the time in the

VisDare 138: Quick

There is a blog that posts these pictures every Tuesday night and you write a 150 word or less story to go with it.  This is mine for the week.  If you like to participate in the next VisDare, you can go here! When you

Writing Updates And General Ramblings

Good Monday morning!  I have coffee and I’m remarkably chipper at the moment.  I did want to share this update.  You see above one of my posts from Instagram.  Please don’t try to read the words on the screen, I promise you, you’ll probably throw

Sneak Peek At Chapter 1!

I hesitated to share this, but then I thought why not give you a sneak peek.  This is the first chapter of my new book!  Now, don’t get overly excited because there will likely be a lot of changes.  This is just the first draft.

The Aftermath Ch. 3

The crowd of people ran close behind Levi.  “Don’t let him escape,” one of them yelled. The darkness had virtually made it impossible for Levi to navigate the city streets before.  He didn’t have that problem now.  His skin was glowing and it created a

Interview with Daniel Kuhnley

If you’ve been following my blog, you’ll notice that recently I started a collaborative story titled “The Aftermath” with Daniel Kuhnley.  If you don’t know yet, Daniel and I met last year at a writer’s conference in Austin, TX.  I don’t believe in coincidence, so

Interview With Guy Sigley

Today I’m bringing you another author interview.  Meet Guy Sigley.  I found Guy when I was searching Youtube for videos about NaNoWriMo.  From there I followed him on Twitter, no it’s not stalking, I promise.  I noticed that he had a story collection on Wattpad called The

The Pain Of Writing

This morning I’m getting ready to begin a new book.  Actually, I’m beginning it again.  I didn’t like the way it was when I started it in November.  Actually, I hated it.  I had a really hard time throwing out the work I had done,