You can find snippet one here, and snippet two here, and I really need to make a sticky post for these, hadn’t I? As always, this is a work in progress. Let me know what you think! Oh, and this is a long snippet today, almost 2000 words, but I think you will be familiar… Read More The God’s Wolfling: Snippet 3
I’ve been making good progress with the book this week, enough that I may begin to snippet as early as next week. Or I might stick a bit onto the end of this post. I can’t recall if I have done an early snip of this book, or not. I’d postponed writing it once before,… Read More Writing and Plotting
Christmas is coming fast, and there is snow on the ground, but the house is dry and warm, so I am happy. Doesn’t take much to make me happy. More photos of kids, baking, charlie-brown trees, and possibly cats, this week. Growing up we never had trees at our house, so I had to go… Read More Beautiful America: Merry Christmas!
For writers, I give you this quote from Kristine Kathryn Rusch: “Ultimately, though, it’s not about money. It’s about creativity and control. If you want to be creative, original, and surprising as a writer, then publish indie. If you want to forge your own path to bestsellerdom, publish indie. Indie allows for creativity and control.”… Read More Discoveries of the Day
If you’re interested in my new mystery novella, Memories of the Abyss, but wanted to see what it was about before you bought it, here’s a snip! Let me know what you think… Memories She sat in the warm afternoon sun, her face tilted toward the warmth, eyes closed. It was finally spring, and she… Read More Story Snippet!
My latest novella, Memories of the Abyss, is now available for sale on Amazon! Click on the cover for more details. Below is an excerpt from this mystery story, I hope you enjoy and perhaps it will entice you to buy the whole thing! Memories She sat in the warm afternoon sun, her face… Read More Memories of the Abyss
Sometime in 2011, I recall, my oldest daughter Gladiana read a book she really, really liked. Being a dutiful mother-librarian, I helped her find the next one in the series. She absorbed every one of the books by this author she could find. And, because she loves me, and knows I love to read and… Read More Birth of the Kittens
Bes opened his eyes and looked up. “Aduro.” he whispered unseeing, then closed his eyes again. Linn started to cry. He was terribly wounded, his gut open to the moonlight. She didn’t know what an immortal could take, and his power… she focussed. Instead of a flare she could barely stand to look at, he… Read More Battle’s Aftermath