New Fantasy Fiction Starts Saturday!

The heroes and villains of A Contract in Azure and Indigo aren’t your typical fantasy archetypes. Far from being wizards or warriors, they’re regular folks whose concerns over the farm outweigh those they have over monsters. But the world, and magic, has a way of intruding sometimes… Until what begins with an air of mystery... Continue Reading →

WIP-it Wednesday: January 20th, 2016

Time for a new weekly writer’s roundup of my works-in-progress and those ready to read! It’s been another productive week! Thanks to the kindness and hard work of both of my alpha readers, I received their feedback on The Brynesmark throughout the weekend, and I spent it working in edits and revisions. My alphas were... Continue Reading →

WIP-it Wednesday: December 23rd, 2015

Time for a new weekly writer’s roundup of my works-in-progress and those ready to read! I buckled down last week and threw everything else aside over the weekend to work on my science fantasy space opera PRINCE OF STARS. With that, I doubled its length to two chapters and over seven-thousand words. It’s still not... Continue Reading →

WIP-it Wednesday: November 11th, 2015

Time for a new weekly writer’s roundup of my works-in-progress and those ready to read! An unexpected change came my way in the form of an invitation from the moderators of the Fantasy Writers group on Reddit that I frequent. I’ve mentioned them regularly in the past, and the friends, advice and writing challenges I... Continue Reading →

Rurrn, Hero of Korthrin by ‘DLMortarion’

Reddit user DLMortarion created this fantastic rendering of my original character Rurrn after I placed an artist prompt on characterdrawing sub-reddit. I love what they did: The armor is almost in the exact style that I envisioned when I wrote the character, particularly his great helm and manticore cloak. It's such a detailed and realistic... Continue Reading →

Engineer’s Log: February Rundown

It’s been a very snowy February in my region of the world, with this month featuring at least two storms a week with significant snowfall… and two blizzards! We’ve already passed twice the amount of snow that is normal for a typical winter, and we’re not done yet. January-February is always the roughest part of... Continue Reading →

Engineer’s Log: Mid-January Update

Lots of creative forces flowing in the past two weeks! Here is a quick rundown of writing updates: 1. I finished a thousand word short story draft for a writer’s challenge that goes live on the 24th. I’m calling it The Showroom and it is set in my science-fantasy setting of The Exerverse. It’s a... Continue Reading →

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