The Bluestone Scribe Perspective
The written word is one of humanity’s most powerful tools. It has the power to wound and the power to heal. It can elevate heroes and destroy villains. Yet even when it’s not doing anything half so lofty, it can be pretty useful. An inspired word or two can shape destinies. Whatever your needs, if you dig brilliance, try Bluestone Scribe.
A hungry lion roamed the jungle looking for something to eat. He came across two men; one sitting under a tree reading a book while the other typing away on his typewriter. The lion quickly pounced on the man reading the book and devoured him, proving even the king of the jungle knows that readers digest and writers cramp.
About C.F. Lapinel
Christopher is chief writer and editor at Bluestone Scribe. In addition to the services he provides, he is also a journalist and poet. His works have appeared in numerous venues, both online and in print publications, including George Mason Review, Apathy, The Nest, and The Daily Puppy. One of his favorite memories involved reading from his children’s novel, The Three Sisters, to a crowded gallery at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in ’04. When not reading, writing, or obsessing over the cosmic implications of language in general, you will find him hiking along a winding stream in the woods with his wife, son, and four-legged homies, debating environmental justice.