Sage Doyle has created a new blog specifically for “The Journal of Wall Grimm”. Wall Grimm is hands down one of my favorite characters. I remember the first time I came across a journal entry and I ended up reading every journal written in one night. I often times get lost in other worlds when I read but I feel like Wall Grimm is a personal friend which is the hallmark of a great character.
The following excerpt is copied from the new blog and I would encourage everyone who is an ADULT to get lost in his world. I have no doubt we will see this on the big screen in some form one day.
“The Journal of Wall Grimm” is rated R due to adult content in the form of sex, drug and alcohol abuse, vulgar language, and other things that can occur in the world of a guy in his early 20′s.
My penname is Sage Doyle and most likely if you’re here, you’re familiar with my original blog http://www.sagedoyle.wordpress.com which consists of fiction and poetry. That is where Wall Grimm originated. Although, he began to take over the blog since there were so many posts, and for organizational purposes I created this blog.
If this is the first you’ve heard of me, welcome! If you prefer poetry or random pieces of fiction, you’re welcome to view my other blog as well.
My contact information is below.
ABOUT “THE JOURNAL OF WALL GRIMM”
It is comprised of the fictional journal entries of Wall Grimm. There’s no more plot than in real life. Life’s plot simply put is basically that we are born, we live, we grow, we suffer, we love, we laugh, we die.
I admit that the plot of Grimm has become more involved than I originally anticipated. However, I still believe it’s possible to read out of sequence and that most posts can stand on their own. If there are references or characters you need to clarify, you can view the character index pages. Most references pertain to experiences with other characters, so it’s simple to trace back to those posts. Each character description includes the post numbers that they appear in.
Credit for this blog goes to:
It was recommended to me by J T Weaver http://jtweaver.net/ that it might be advisable to begin a blog just for Grimm. I believe it may have been suggested by other bloggers at some point in the past, however I suppose I wasn’t ready at the time. I apologize for not giving them credit, since I don’t remember who made the suggestion. Anyway, thank you J T.
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