Hello, and welcome to Writing Possibilities.
This is a site dedicated to writing. I call it ‘Writing Possibilities’ to reflect the fact that there are so many options for a writer to explore: fiction, nonfiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, songwriting, blogging, and a myriad of others. While fiction is my first and truest love, I enjoy exploring all forms of writing and multiple genres, including fantasy, sci fi, mystery, drama, and almost anything else.
This site contains writing in any and all of these forms. The primary focus, at least in the beginning, was an exploration in developing the lives of several characters who lead different paths in the same fictional world. These characters started as an independent set of individual journeys, but eventually became “Manifestation,” the first book in my upcoming series, “Arcana Revived.” Draft One of the book was originally posted on this site, one page at a time, throughout the entire writing process. I’m currently in the process of revising “Manifestation,” and as a result there have been substantial changes to the material that was posted on the blog. As a result, I’ve taken down the first draft since it no longer accurately reflects the final story. Sometime in the (hopefully) near future, I’m planning to publish the final version of the book, with a great many more improvements and changes over the rough draft.
Additionally, there is a a section for blog posts and other writings, which are updated at random based on where my Muse takes me.
About the Author:
Jason Cantrell lives in South Jersey. He is a graduate of Rowan University, with a Major in Writing Arts and a Minor in Communication Studies, Class of 2013. He is currently continuing his study of writing as a graduate student in Rowan’s College of Graduate and Continuing Education, in the Master’s in Writing program. He is also a part time professional blogger for the Rowan University Admissions Blog.
Jason began writing fiction at age 11, beginning with the epic 7-page book “The Mystery of Jenkins Manor.” He has another unpublished novel, “Rogue Traveler,” which is a story about accidental time travel. It’s been sitting on his desk awaiting revisions while “Manifestation” took over his life.
Jason enjoys reading, writing, video games, and writing bio pages in the third person present tense. He can be contacted via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, and you can find him on Twitter @cantrelljason, or at Goodreads, LinkedIn, or Facebook.