An Indeterminate Number of Nights is a blog where I showcase my writing by posting both standalone stories and exerts of longer projects. Artwork of the characters will also occasionally appear.
Most stories and novel exerts follow three roommates named Nesrin, Isabelle, and Jason. As Isabelle and Jason discover, Nesrin is half jinn (or hidden one, as Nesrin says), and living with her means a life of unexpected experiences and fantastical stories, especially since Nesrin’s mother is the Queen of the Hidden Ones and draws her into political schemes.
I’m also working on a collection of narrative poetry centered on a character called Julrane of the Sea Dwellers, a solitary figure who tends the gardens of the underwater city she calls home. Look for poems centered on her adventures from time to time.
David Wesley Woolverton is currently a graduate student in the English department at the University of South Alabama, with a concentration in creative writing. He completed his undergraduate work at Spring Hill College in 2017, with a double major in creative writing and theology. His primary interests include trains, books, and daydreaming. He grew up in the Fowl River area of Alabama surrounded by family members telling stories, which is where his love of his craft began.