An Indeterminate Number of Nights is a blog where I showcase my creative endeavors. The current centerpiece is an extended serialized story (which begins June 21, 2019) that follows three roommates named Nesrin, Isabelle, and Jason. Nesrin is half jinn (or hidden one as she says), and adopted siblings Isabelle and Jason find themselves drawn into the unexpected, fantastical experiences that make up Nesrin’s world, especially when they get involved with Nesrin’s family. The serialized story updates every Friday, with other assorted posts appearing every Monday.
This story world is also home Julrane of the Sea Dwellers, a solitary figure who tends the capitol garden of the underwater city she lives in, and Mithal (alias Gobelen), one of Nesrin’s fellow jinn attempting to blend in with everyday human existence, and they both appear in drabbles and narrative poems scattered amidst the running story arc.
Past posts have included excerpts of my work-in-progress novel, stand-alone episodes from Nesrin and her roommates, and the previous adventures of Mithal and Julrane. The illustrations and photos featured throughout the blog are my own. Come in and peruse the world of my imagination.
David Wesley Woolverton has just completed the masters program at the University of South Alabama with a degree in English concentrating 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.