Review: Starers by Nathan Robinson

I’ve been reading horror stories since I was dexterous enough to hold both a flashlight and a book under the covers. I’m hard to scare. Starers creeped me right the %$!@# out. Continue reading

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Yes, I’m a Writer.

I let some of my co-workers know that I had a short story published recently.  One of them turned to me and said, “I didn’t know you were a writer!”  I just smiled and thanked her for her support. In my head, I replied “What do you think I do in my office all day, honey?” Continue reading

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Review: A Feral Darkness by Doranna Durgin

Brenna Fallon is a dog person. When she was nine years old, she read about an old God called Mars Nodens. Upset that her beloved old dog was dying, she found a place on her family farm where the elements aligned with the ancient places that Nodens was worshipped.. Offering up a heartfelt prayer to save her dog’s life, she also offers the thing most important to her: She cuts off her hair with her pocket knife and her faithful hound lives a remarkably long time. Continue reading

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My name! In Print! (kinda)

Here it is. My first short fiction publication in 15 years.

The Rogues Gallery: The Ilustrated Police News

This is what I was doing earlier today:  Running around like The Jerk

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Ah, Rejection

At last, a good solid rejection letter. One of the poems I set loose in the world was politely turned away.   Continue reading

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Triolet Play I

Playing around with poetic form: A Triolet

Silence seals the pact
The hush of breath caught in his chest
Too frail to move, too weak to act
Silence seals the pact
Sworn in blood, bright crimson track
In aching truth too late confessed
Silence seals the pact
The hush of breath caught in his chest

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Review: Syndicate- Tales from the Twisted Eden Sector

Syndicate: Tales from the Twisted Eden Sector
by Lyle S. Tanner

Syndicate: Tales from the Twisted Eden Sector is a collection of related short stories set in a world where magic exists, hidden in the shadowed backstreets. Gangs, cults and criminal enterprises use magicians for their own ends, but with the warning to their members, “Don’t let the Syndicate catch you doing that.” Continue reading

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Review: Netherworld by Lisa Morton

When I received Netherworld, based on the cover image, I was prepared for a Steampunk spin on a horror novel. I should know better than to judge a book by its cliche. It’s a different blend of historical fiction, travelogue and classic horror.

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Solstice Rain

Comes the sun
Comes the thunder
With the lightning
With lightning forked
With lightning flashing
Comes the rain
Comes the rain with me

 

2013

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Rift: The Nightmare

Alani didn’t think to question what the blond human man was doing in the center of Overwatch Keep. If he were here, he must be a guest of the Prince. Continue reading

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