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She sighed on the bed. “Now I’m cursed?” Lucien massaged her naked back. “You’ll be able to change in a month… and it’s not a curse.” “Gifted,” Adeline grinned contentedly. “Anyways, that was far better than a bite! I’m amazed lycanthropy’s an STD.” “It’s not a disease, either,” he smiled. Text is Copyright © 2017... Continue Reading →
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A weekly compilation of collected microfictions composed by yours truly. If your time is short, these are shorter! He'd hiked up a mountain in Maine, Mai one in Japan. They met in wonderment, brought by the mists to an Everest sized pyramid. His birth removed from the time stream, he lingered as a paradox. Memories... Continue Reading →
The late Keith Parkinson (1958 – 2005) is a well known name among the many talented fantasy and sci-fi artists of the 1980s and 90s. He did work for Dungeons & Dragons products and many other role-playing games in addition to a prestigious career as a book cover illustrator. This gem was used as the... Continue Reading →
Time for a new weekly writer’s roundup of my works-in-progress and those ready to read! Yesterday I posted an overview of my experience game mastering and being a staff member at PortCon and how that ties into my life as writer. To surmise, I had a blast and it was a very fulfilling endeavor for... Continue Reading →
Time for a new weekly writer’s roundup of my works-in-progress and those ready to read! This week I received great beta-reader feedback on both The Unicorn Hunters and Tears of the Joyous Mare. Lauren and Amy both did fantastic jobs and pointed out a number of things to refine. :-) As The Unicorn Hunters was... Continue Reading →
Click the picture below for full-size. On Art-Tastic Tuesdays I feature a selected piece of visual art that I have come across. These are pieces that have inspired my writing or beautifully frame some concept or another that I have already written or want to write about. I present them without commentary so they may... Continue Reading →
Time for a new weekly writer’s roundup of my works-in-progress and those ready to read! Work continues on Allied Section Alpha: Raid on the Château de la Malartrie. As of today, it is quickly approaching 11,000 words and safely within the “novelette” range. I think there is lots of story left in this one, and... Continue Reading →