Beyond the Mountain Pass

Beyond the mountain pass Lies a trail bathed In milky starlight. Mossy trees Hold the road With gnarled hands Clothed in silver And green. Pretty, pink Flowers bloom at your feet. Their soft scent Tickles your tongue. You Taste neither lilac Nor lily. Death Coats every fleshy bud. You hurry Your pace. Flowers fade As... Continue Reading →

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The Collector of Sorrows

I call myself a collector of sorrows. As a teen, I felt alone and ignored. My classmates bullied me, and my parents spent most of their time at work. They didn’t have the time or care to hear how Brett pushed me on the playground or how Tommy joked about my big nose. After a... Continue Reading →

Cedric’s Song

In my fantasy series The Ashborne Chronicles, Kat hears a song written about a king. It is a song of sorrow sung for sorrow. All who sing it find tragedy one way or another: “Though black and depthless, His eyes couldn’t hide The burning of a matchless ire. His trembling lips Called death for death. ‘Blood,’... Continue Reading →

How Black is the Shadow Now on Amazon

My new fantasy novel How Black is the Shadow is finally on Amazon. Starting tomorrow, April 30th, the novel will be free to buy. This deal will last until May 4th. That's right. Free. So get it while you can. You have nothing to lose. Here's the link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B071NJR68W

Hooray! I’m a Murderer!

Guess what? I killed someone, guys! Oh. I should probably clarify that he was in a story. "So soon?" you ask. "Didn't you just start writing?" Cue the devilish laughter. Oh don't worry. It'll be sad, but the death drives my entire plot. It's necessary.

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