Photo via VisualHunt Nick and Elsie looked around the interior of the condo with interest. They’d been house hunting for the past month and were beginning to believe that they’d never find something in town. Nick wanted to be close to work and with Elsie starting at the university in the fall, urban life was […]Read More The woman in the window
Photo via Visualhunt Madalyn let the cold water drift across her skin. Her hair drifted in front of her eyes. She reached one hand up and pushed it out of the way. Her pale skin reflected the dim light that seeped down into the darkness from above. Madalyn, where are you? The irritated voice in […]Read More Death brings new life
So yesterday was National Puppy Day and I wanted to share with you my puppy Whiskey. I didn’t see any pictures of him stored on here so I realized I probably hadn’t introduced any of you not following me on Facebook or Twitter to him. We got Whiskey at the beginning of February. He’s a working […]Read More Happy National Puppy Day!
As a bonus for my Kickstarter campaign (see the link at the end of the post), I’m offering the first chapter of Into the Flames for free. Chapter 1 Fiera dropped her lavender duffel on the ground at her feet and inhaled the warm, fresh wind, feeling a pang. She wasn’t even aboard the ship that […]Read More Into the Flames – Chapter 1
This is going to be one of my rare self-promo posts. Specifically a plea for people to back my Kickstarter campaign. I need money to self-publish Into the Flames. I’m asking for $2000 to be able to pay for everything I think I’m going to need, plus some extra to make up for things I don’t […]Read More Setting Into the Flames into the sky
Photo via VisualHunt.com Ollie grinned at Sebastian as they walked out of the airship. “This is a grand adventure we’ve found ourselves on, eh, Seb?” he asked. Sebastian grunted. “I’m not sure I like this, Ollie,” the older man said. “We know nothing about these people, or this place. Are we even safe here?” “Most […]Read More Fatal adventure
Photo via Visual hunt Arletta’s hands trembled as she pulled the old shoe shine kit out of the cedar chest. “Grandma, why do you have that weird box in there?” Leticia, her granddaughter, asked in a bored tone. “It isn’t a weird box, Tisha,” Arletta said. “It’s a shoe shine kit. But what’s in here […]Read More A soldier’s letters